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Florida Cracker Mare for Sale in Geneva, FL
Registered Florida Cracker Mare $700 - Geneva, Fl 32732 Need her gone asap Honey is a registered Florida Cracker mare. Registration number FC606, registered name "Heather". Standing at 13.3h Honey is full of spunk. Don't let her age of 22yrs fool you. This horse has plenty of get up and go. With a engaged trot and powerful rollback, this mare shows you why she was such a successful ranch horse in her younger years. After working the ranch, Honey was used as a brood mare to pass on her athleticism and personality. She is the type of horse you can leave for a month, then hop on and ride. She is always the same horse, whether you are bareback or western. Used as a trail horse now, Honey is practically fearless with a rider. She crosses water, even swimming if you would like, will step over
... more» logs and go through ditches. She is point and go style, however not for beginners. She moves off leg and has a perfect neck rein. She's great for game days, and has been used on the barrel pattern, however I'm not selling her as a barrel horse. Honey stands tied for hours, as well as standing for grooming, bathing, and the farrier. Great with dogs, donkeys, cats, chickens etc. On the ground Honey is very nervous, but still respectful. She requires an experienced, patient handler due to past mistreatment. She is very easy to catch once she knows who you are, and has never offered to kick or bite, even when given treat after treat. Honey is not a treat hound. Do not let this piece of Florida history pass you by. Price is negotiable to a good home.
About Geneva, FL
John and William Bartram first documented Geneva’s history in 1765-66. Since then, there have been several other documentations: Anthropologist Daniel Britton in 1850, scientists of Harvard University in 1875 and by an Archeological Cultural Resources Study and an Architectural Resources Study. The Geneva Cemetery is located on a piece of land that was donated by Progar Debogory. Debogory was the head of one of the Russian families that settled in the Geneva area in the 1800s. There are currently 17 U.S.