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Name
Breed
Arabian
Gender
Mare
Color
Gray
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
181/7,142
Ad Status
Available
Price
$3,500

Arabian Mare for Sale in Walnut Hill, IL

Registered Arabian grey mare #0510***9. Grandsire: Zedann ( * Morafic x *Omnia) straight Egyptian, Egyptian Pyramid Sire, IAHA Sweepstakes. Sire: GW ZE Sereel (Zedann x Shar Sereela) Egyptian / Turfa, Al Khamsa, Blue List. Dam: Lazy D Amanda (Chabris Aris x PHP Selene) Crabbett. Antique bloodlines, Seglawiah strain, piston - type trot on front and back. No need for shackle training here. She's broke, but a little too hot for beginners. She goes back to the Babson and Davenport importations in 6 generations. Only shown locally. This is an elegant stylish mare. Excellent conformation and disposition. Loads, clips, bathes, no vices, never bred. Has been in a closed herd since 94.

About Walnut Hill, IL

Walnut Hill was at one time the intersection of two of the main roads in Illinois: the George Rogers Clark Trace, and the Yadda Road. The original capital of Illinois was at Kaskaskia. The overland route from Kaskaskia to the interior of the State followed the Kaskaskia/Big Muddy divide, which went through Walnut Hill. George Rogers Clark marched through Walnut Hill in February, 1779 in his march from Fort Kaskaskia to Fort Vincennes, which resulted in the conquest of Illinois by the army of Virginia. Traces of the Kaskaskia/Vincennes road can be seen in several short stretches of road in northwestern Jefferson County, which point toward Walnut Hill, ignoring the surveyed Section boundaries.

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