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Thoroughbred Mare for Sale in Holland, OH
Penny is a wonderful thoroughbred mare with a great disposition and an incredible jump! Perfect show horse for any level, hunters or jumpers. Moves beautifuly and clears 3'+ with absolutely no problem. Shown consistently at 2'6" level. Flats with smooth movements and jumps with square knees. Loads and trailers like a dream. Stands perfectly in cross ties and clips calmly. No problems with farriers or vets either. USEF and OHJA regestered. Serious offers only, please! Must sell as I am starting college this fall. Will consider any reasonable offer. Contact with any questions or inquiries! Please stop out and see her, this is an offer you can't refuse! call Kate at 419-410-9***3 video: http: / / youtu. be / ccUv - lUamtY OHJA show record: http: / / ohja. net / horse. p
About Holland, OH
The first name of the village was Drakes, which possibly came from the name of a family or was in reference to the large number of geese that did and still fly over the area. Later the crossroads called itself Hardy, which is probably taken from Samuel Hardy, who was one of the signers of a document (along with Thomas Jefferson, Arthur Lee and James Monroe) that ceded the northwest territories of Virginia to the government of the United States. He was a member of the Continental Congress in 1783-1785 and had been a lieutenant governor of Virginia. The name of Holland has been thought to have come from the fact that ditches being dug in the 1850s to divert the swamp water reminded people of the canals of Holland. Some have said the name was given because of the large number of Dutch people in the area, but there were more New Englanders and New Yorkers in the early settlements than there were Dutchmen.