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Welsh Pony Stallion for Sale in Richmond, VA
Kasey is a bay 14 year old welsh / arag gelding. he has been shown for the last 5 years; 2 speed and 3 hunter. we are currentaly working on jumping at a littl over 2 feet. he won all year around speed champion last year at our local 4h shows. has been taken to lexington for the state show and place in the top 10 for speed. He would make a perfect lesson horse for begginers - advanced. great youth pony. does have a bit of an attitude in feild and during feeding time. only selling be cause im looking for a more competitive barrel horse. have found one and cant take it home until we sell kasey. PRICE IS NOGOTIONABLE. for more info, pics, and videos please visit reerock. com. is a beutiful sliack fur in summer but cute fuzzball in winter
About Richmond, VA
After the first permanent English-speaking settlement was established in April 1607, at Jamestown, Virginia, Captain Christopher Newport led explorers northwest up the James River to an area inhabited by Powhatan Native Americans. The earliest European settlement in Central Virginia was in 1611 at Henricus, where the Falling Creek empties into the James River. In 1619 early Virginia Company settlers struggling to establish viable moneymaking industries established the Falling Creek Ironworks. After decades of territorial conflicts with native tribes, the Falls of the James saw more white settlement in the late 1600s and early 1700s. In 1737 planter William Byrd II commissioned Major William Mayo to lay out the original town grid.