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Warmblood Gelding for Sale in Toano, VA
Adorable 17 Hand, 14 year old chestnut Warmblood Gelding. Milestone, aka Joey, has an “in your pocket” type personality. Joey is big boned and has a big heart. He is brave and trustworthy under-saddle both at home and away at horse shows. Does not require excessive show prep. He keeps a rhythmic pace while on course, with auto changes, and can find a distance to a fence with ease. Joey has great sweeping movement on the flat, which will get you a prize in any hack class. Joey is currently jumping 2’6″, but has jumped and shown competitively at 3 Ft in the past. Joey is looking for his next rider to his put his talents to good use in the show ring. He is a joy to ride in and out of the ring, on the trails, or a field. This gentleman can be your next friend. Milestone will spend t
... more»he 2013 Show Season campaigning on his local show circuit and will participate in few “A” shows throughout the season as well. Inquire for pricing. Click here to view a video of Joey, http://youtu.be/YkAA6Klpjs4.
About Toano, VA
Toano was established in the late 19th century in western James City County at the former site of "Burnt Ordinary", which was named in the 18th century for a roadside tavern that had burned down. The word Toano comes from a Native American word meaning "high ground". In 1881, the Peninsula Extension of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway (C&O) was built through the area from Richmond to reach the coal piers on Hampton Roads at the new city of Newport News. The C&O built a railroad station at Toano. Toano was located on the old Richmond-Williamsburg Stage Road, which is U.S.