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Paint Stallion for Sale in Keystone Heights, FL
This horse is one of a kind. He loves to be worked and be around people. No matter what you are doing with him he finds someway to make you laugh. He needs a strong hand and leg because he will test you in the beginning. He is currently schooling at 3'6" and he has jumped 4 ft with rider. Has free jumped up to 5 ft. He is a very willing horse that will jump anything we mean anything! Has had the basic dressage training put into him. Knows leg yields, collects at any gait, etc. He will take the right person very far in the showing world. It is a breeze to load into the horse trailer. Loves to swim and was a summer camp horse for three years. Never has had any health issues or lamness problems. Owner going to College must sell. Please email.
About Keystone Heights, FL
In 1917, the area that would eventually become known as the city of Keystone Heights was a small community known as Brooklyn located along present day State Road 100, about one mile north of the present location of Keystone Heights on Lake Brooklyn. In those early days Brooklyn consisted of a large unpainted building called the Brooklyn Hotel; a combination general store and post office; and several small houses scattered about. Property Developer John J. Lawrence, who hailed from Pennsylvania, noticed the area on a visit to Lake Brooklyn, and instantly became attracted to the region. In 1920, the Lawrence family completed their home, the first house built in Keystone Heights, which overlooked Lake Geneva, and still lies there today at the corner of Jasmine Street & Lakeview Drive.