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Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Greensboro, NC
Quarter Horse Paint, familiar with trail Riding that loves to ride with other horses. Will lead or follow. Levi is 14-15 years, 15.5 hands,white with brown circles on body and part of head brown also. In March, he received his annual exam, all vaccines and tested negative for Coggins . Vet said teeth look great. No lameness or any issue. He doesn't do as well without other horses to ride with. I need horse that will go on trails with me alone. Only 2 trail riders where I board, so many times I have no one available to ride with. Levi is beautiful, 2 bright blue eyes, loving, gentle, easy to tack, stands to get on, good for Ferrier, great ground manners and trailers well. I am asking 1500.00 and will consider trade for healthy horse, no older than 13-15 years, healthy, up to date vaccines,
... more»no lameness and good teet, hooves, etc. I'm in Greensboro, Page Lawing, (336)207-5469 txt or call. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Greensboro, NC
At the time of European encounter, the inhabitants of the area that became Greensboro were a Siouan-speaking people called the Saura. : 7 Other indigenous cultures had occupied this area for thousands of years, typically settling along the waterways, as did the early settlers. Quaker migrants from Pennsylvania, by way of Maryland, arrived at Capefair (now Greensboro) in about 1750. The new settlers began organized religious services affiliated with the Cane Creek Friends Meeting in Snow Camp in 1751. Three years later, 40 Quaker families were granted approval to establish New Garden Monthly Meeting.