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Appaloosa Stallion for Sale in Mechanicsville, VA
Joey is a wonderful Appaloosa. His career is a well decorated one as a jumper. He has been retired from the jumping scene and would make a great trail horse or best friend to a little girl or boy. He walks, trots and cantors. He still can carry himself over the rails when he jumps but there is no reason anymore for him to go for the big jumping he had done. He is well built, not as rounded as a traditional Appalossa. I understand he may have some Thoroughbred in his blood line. HE does have a Pasture mate, a large pure bred Arabian Pony. Another one that is also listed for sale. We desire good homes for all. Divorce forces sale.
About Mechanicsville, VA
The area was settled by English colonists starting in the 17th century. Rural Plains, also known as Shelton House, is a structure built in 1670 and lived in by male Sheltons until 2006. Located in the northern part of the Mechanicsville CDP, it is now owned and operated by the National Park Service as one of the sites of the Richmond National Battlefield Park. In addition to Rural Plains, Clover Lea, Cold Harbor National Cemetery, Cool Well, Hanover Meeting House, Hanover Town, Immanuel Episcopal Church, Laurel Meadow, Locust Hill, Oak Forest, Oakley Hill, Selwyn, and Spring Green are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In downtown Mechanicsville stands a stone windmill, now a landmark in the area.