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Standardbred Stallion for Sale in Middleburg, FL
We Are Happy To Say That We Had Our Vet Check Budd"s Fame And He Is Healthy The Vet Said He Will Need About 4 More Months Of Rest In His Own Paddock And Should Be Rechecked In 4 Months That Once He Is Done With His Recovery He Should be Sound To Become A Walk Only Trail horse. We Are Placing Him On A Joint Supplement To Help Him . We are looking to place him in his new forever loving home where he will get The love he deserves At this point we are willing to place him for free To the right Approved Home only He Was Taught To Pull And Was On The Race Track When His Injury Happened He Is Tatooed . Please help this awesome boy.
About Middleburg, FL
Middleburg began in the 19th century with several different names. It was first known as Clark's Ferry from the 1820s to 1833. The name derived from Asa Clark who ran the ferry until 1828. In 1828, the Black Creek Methodist Church was founded by Isaac Boring, but the frontier Methodist society met in their own homes until the Methodist United Church was built in 1847. Fort Heilman protected settlers at Clark's Ferry where it was the "principal depot for the east coast of Florida." During the Seminole Wars Fort Heilman was used as a quartermaster workshop and storage depot but was abandoned after the war in 1841.