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Oldenburg Mare for Sale in Central Islip, NY
Lovely young prospect, black bay, super mover, 2. 5 years, 15. 3 and growing. In your pocket tempermant, not marish at all. Well started under saddle, does her changes, counter canter and started lateral work. Very brave to fences. Will reach 16 hands or more. Premium at inspection is microchipped, passport. Suitable for any discipline. She lunges clips bathes loads ect. Video on request.
About Central Islip, NY
Prior to the arrival of European settlers, the Secatogue tribe of Algonquin native-American people lived in the area now known as Central Islip. In 1842, the Long Island Rail Road's eastward expansion reached the area, and the Suffolk County Station was opened up. The Suffolk County Station, became the commercial center for housing. With that being done the name Central Islip was thus born, and applied to a new station built in 1873 further to the east. The modern Central Islip station is in a different location from all of its predecessors.