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Thoroughbred Gelding for Sale in Chesapeake, VA
Available for your consideration: “Indy” is a 6 y/o 17hh Thoroughbred gelding. Indy retired sound from the track in 2014 and spent a year showing local hunters in Maine with his previous owner. He has just undergone 60 days of training and is ready for his new home. He does best with a confident rider due to his age and size; however, he has excellent ground manners and is a total gentleman. He leads, ties, and stands for the farrier with ease. He has 3 lovely, naturally balanced gaits and loves to jump. No buck or rear. He even enjoys trail rides! “Indy” has so much potential, we would love to see him in an active program. With his size and talent, we are confident he will take the right rider far! We are lucky enough to have a detailed history on “Indy” from his previous owne
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About Chesapeake, VA
In 1963, the new independent city of Chesapeake was created when the former independent city of South Norfolk consolidated with Norfolk County. The consolidation was approved and the new name selected by the voters of each community by referendum, and authorized by the Virginia General Assembly. Formed in 1691 in the Virginia Colony, Norfolk County had originally included essentially all the area which became the towns and later cities of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and South Norfolk. Its area was reduced after 1871 as these cities added territory through annexations. Becoming an independent city was a method for the former county to stabilize borders with neighbors, as cities could not annex territory from each other.