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Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Langhorne, PA
Redfoot is a lot of fun. He has willingness to go forward and still jumps round. He needs a rider with a little more experience as he is a little expressive. With that said he is so much fun and has some scope. We are schooling him around 3'3" but I know he has the talent to go higher with the right rider soon. He covers a lot of ground and he is very competitive in the show ring. Could finish out to be a Low Children / Adult or even Children / Adult Jumper or more. . . Laid back on the ground and hanging at the gate but ready to go in the ring or schooling. Very competitive (in the ribbons) with a youth rider in the Level 1's at HITS this summer. No vices. Come try him!
About Langhorne, PA
Langhorne began in the 17th century when Jack Alexander built his house in the area. The road from Bristol grew into a very important transportation center between Trenton and Philadelphia in the later 18th century and 19th century. Langhorne eventually became the stagecoach transportation hub of Bucks County, transporting people between Trenton and Philadelphia and was then known as Four Lanes End, later known as Richardsons Corner. The first mention of Attleborough was recorded on a deed in the Recorder's Office, Deed Book 6, page 210, 7 November 1737. Isaac Hicks laid out a plan for "Washington's Square in Attleborough" in November 1783.