7/8 Arab Palomino High Hopes++/ Son

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Name
Breed
Palomino
Gender
Stallion
Color
Palomino
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
170/2,260
Ad Status
Available
Stud Fee
$750

Palomino Stallion at Stud in Eastville, VA

Exxon is the only 7 / 8 Arab Palomino breeding stallion sired by the multi - National Champion Park Horse High Hopes++ / . His pedigree boasts such notables as: *Bask, *Serafix, Nazeer, *Grojec, Comet, Gulastra, *Talal. Bred for performance, shown to a Sweepstakes Top Ten in halter, "Ex" has an excellent disposition that he is passing on to the next generation along with wonderful conformation and excellent action. His 15 / 16 Arab foals have been knockouts. He's crossed extremely well with non - Arab mares producing foals that are athletic, fluid, beautiful and easy to train. He's is developing quite a reputation as a kids mount sire, capable of siring a quality look with a mind that is priceless and increasing stride for a much more comfortable ride. Very much a people horse
... more», Ex loves children and attention. For more information or photos of his foals contact Judy at 757-678-7***4 or e - mail rockbridgear***@gmail. com.
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About Eastville, VA

The present town of Eastville is situated near the sites of the first English settlements made on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. In 1620, Thomas Savage, having been trained as an interpreter and working with the Virginia Company to secure land on the shore from the indigenous cultures there, settled on land that in time came to be known as “Savage Neck,” a few miles southwest of Eastville. By the last quarter of the 17th century, Henry Matthews had settled on the tract of land covering the present town. In 1677, Northampton County residents petitioned for the county court to be moved to a more central location, suggesting Matthew’s home. The first courthouse was completed in 1690 and a small community developed to serve the needs of the court called “The Horns,” named for the several peninsulas of land which extended west into the Chesapeake Bay from the area.

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