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Standardbred Stallion for Sale in Middleburg, FL
Royal Is a very big boy but such a gentle loving boy He is a 9 year old Standardbred gelding he loves attetion grooming and just being around. He was a former race horse who had a race track injury and can never be rode again. But he will make a great buddy for some one in the pasture or just a back yard pet. He needs some one to give him the chance to love his own person and that will love him back. He stands to be tied follows you around BUT CAN NEVER BE RODE. Please if you have a pasture that needs a loving equine friend to fill it Then Royal Is your Boy. He is a very easy keeper. His adoption fee to the right home Will Be Free But Only To The Right Approved Home PLEASE GIVE THIS BOY A CHANCE.
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.