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Racking Mare for Sale in Princeton, WV
Racking mare for sale. 13 years old. KID SAFE. Stands still to be shod, saddled and to get on. Will load in horse trailer without hesitation. Sound proof! And has seen it all. She is NOT buddy or barn sour. Will leave the group of asked. Has been trail ride most of her life and has been showed. Has a smooth running walk or kick her up some and she will rack 12-15mph. Located in Princeton WV. $800 obo. Might be able to trade. You can email me as firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call me at 304-960-5885 Of I don't answer please leave a voice message and I will call you back as soon as I can. Thank you
About Princeton, WV
In southern West Virginia, in the late 19th century, coal mining and transportation by the emerging technology of the railroads combined to form a new industry. Much of the region's bituminous coal was sent northwest to the Great Lakes, or northeast to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's coal piers at Baltimore, or to the world's greatest ice-free port of Hampton Roads in eastern Virginia. The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway's coal piers were located at Newport News. Across the harbor, the Norfolk and Western Railway's coal piers were located on the Elizabeth River in Norfolk. The eastern-bound coal transported by the C&O and the N&W railroads was highly valued for local use and for steam-powered ships, notably those of the U.S.