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Arabian Gelding for Sale in Dover, DE
Jake isn't a show-stopper, but he is a pleasure to be around. He has nice manners, is easy to work with and has a lovely personality. He will stand quietly in cross ties or tied. He doesn't paw or dance around. He has been started with light round pen work and has shown a willing and cooperative attitude. He has had his feet trimmed regularly, picks his feet up nicely, is current on shots, de-worming and coggins. He hops right in the trailer with no fuss. He is calm when being saddled, and willingly drops his head and reaches for the bit when bridling. His breeding is impeccable, sired by Ever After NA and out of a Magnum Psyche mare. Complete pedigree for both parents available at ALLBREEDPEDIGREE.COM He is not registered, but certainly could be, if you wanted to. His breeder felt he wasn
... more»'t show quality. He is still growing but he is at 15h now. I have dropped his price to $1500 because he needs more training than I am physically able to do. I have ridden him maybe a dozen times & he has done well. He has no buck in him, and is light mouthed and responsive. He will make someone a wonderful horse (worth considerably more $) but I am more interested in making sure he goes to a home where he will be well taken care of, rather than making a profit on him.! Thanks! (302) 597-9063
About Dover, DE
Dover was founded as the court town for newly established Kent County in 1683 by William Penn, the proprietor of the territory generally known as the " Lower Counties on the Delaware." Later, in 1717, the city was officially laid out by a special commission of the Delaware General Assembly. The capital of the state of Delaware was moved here from New Castle in 1777 because of its central location and relative safety from British raiders on the Delaware River. Because of an act passed in October 1779, the assembly elected to meet at any place in the state they saw fit, meeting successively in Wilmington, Lewes, Dover, New Castle, and Lewes again, until it finally settled down permanently in Dover in October 1781. The city's central square, known as The Green, was the location of many rallies, troop reviews, and other patriotic events. To this day, The Green remains the heart of Dover's historic district and is the location of the Delaware Supreme Court and the Kent County Courthouse.