Reg. Blue Roan Brabant Belgian At Stud

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Name
Breed
Belgian Draft
Gender
Stallion
Color
Blue Roan
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
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Belgian Draft Stallion at Stud in Nokesville, VA

Great temperament, and sweet personality. We offer AI on or off the farm, We no longer offer live cover. A Neg. coggins within 6 months mare care. Cooled and Frozen Semen available at seperate expenses. Email me for more details. He is blue roan with black mane and tail, black legs. He has a white spot in his forehead, and white on inside of both back pasturns. Proven sire to 30 babies, as of 2007 He has been to Va. Draft and Mule Show in 06, was Res. Grand Champ stallion, Went to Va. State Fair, 07, Won his halter class, Sr. champ Belgian, and Grand Champ Draft Stallion, Went to NC State Fair, he was 3 rd there, he refused to trot for the judge. It was a long trip, to tired! :o) Don't hesitate to email me for any more info. http: / / mysite. verizon. net / laceylne / blue
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About Nokesville, VA

Greenwich Trails sign at Greenwich Presbyterian Church, 15305 Vint Hill Road, Nokesville ROAD MAP Union and Confederate forces passed by or camped here frequently during the war. Federal units pursuing Stonewall Jackson to Manassas Junction camped here in August 1862; fighting involving John S. Mosby's rangers flared near here and Confederates marched past on the way to nearby Bristoe Station in October 1863. Battle of Kettle Run Nokesville Road (Route 28) and Aden Road, Nokesville VA 20181 ROAD MAP As Stonewall Jackson’s troops occupied and looted the railroad junction at Manassas August 27, 1862, Federal forces approached his rear guard at Kettle Run. The Confederates there managed to delay the Union force before withdrawing - Source

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