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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Shelburne, VT
I can't wait for the show, just point to the trailer and on I go! I stand out in the show ring with my beautiful Arabian head and Palomino coloring. I fly over the jumps with ease and I dance when playing Dressage in the intermediate arena, but my favorite has to be Eventing - I love to be outside and flying around a course. I am working on my level 2 in Parelli Natural Horsemanship, so I am SAFE and bombproof! My little girl has out grown me height wise so I need to find a new one to carry around in the show ring. If you think you could pass my application process with flying colors - let me know and I will send you a video of how much fun we can have together. Looking forward to flying with you - - Buzz
About Shelburne, VT
Shelburne was chartered by New Hampshire, August 18, 1763, to Jesse Hallock and 64 associates by Governor Benning Wentworth. The name "Shelburne" or "Shelburn" was chosen to honor William Petty, 2nd Earl of Shelburne, a celebrated nobleman of the British Parliament and Prime Minister. According to the charter, the town was to have an area of 23,500 acres (95.1 km 2), or a tract a little over 6 square miles (15.5 km 2), but owing to a blunder on the part of the surveyors, it was shorn of a large portion of its possessions. [ citation needed ] From the beginning, Shelburne's economy was based on farming. With the clearing of land and burning of logs the town experienced a potash boom.