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AraAppaloosa Mare for Sale in Richmond, VA
Christmas Special!!! REDUCED PRICE! Make your childs Christmas with this beautiful mare! Legend is a 1998, 15hh, leopard Appaloosa Arabian mare. She is a registered Appaloosa, and Half-Arabian. Legend has a great disposition and is patient. She has many trail miles from her previous home, and has had show experience in the field hunter (flat) division. She has been started over small jumps, but has potential to go higher! Legend can be ridden both english and western as well as bareback, she has even been jumped bareback. She has been ridden by beginner through advanced riders and has done well with all. Legend definitely teaches you how to ride. She bathes, loads, clips, ties, and stands for vet and farrier. She is UTD on all shots and coggins. Contact for pictures and more information!
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.