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Thoroughbred Gelding for Sale in Lynchburg, VA
Theo is a 16.3 seven year old gelding. He is such a sweet and lovable boy. He loves to cuddle. He is the calmest horse I have ever seen. He has done beginner novice and novice levels in eventing. He is hacks alone in trails or with company.He just loves to go in the water and ditches. Theo is perfect for a beginner to a more advance rider. He is able to adjust extremely easy to the rider. He is uncomplicated, a good mover and jumper and is very easy and pleasant to be around in the barn. He is forgiving over the fences and would be best suited for a junior, young rider, adult amateur rider. If you have any questions or would like to have more pictures and videos of him please contact me. It will be my pleasure to answer your questions. I am negotiable for a quick and easy sale
About Lynchburg, VA
Monacan people and other Siouan Tutelo-speaking tribes had lived in the area since at least 1270, driving the Virginia Algonquians eastward to the coastal areas. Explorer John Lederer visited one of the Siouan villages ( Saponi) in 1670, on the Staunton River at Otter Creek, southwest of the present-day city, as did the Thomas Batts and Robert Fallam expedition in 1671. Siouan peoples occupied this area until about 1702; they had become weakened because of high mortality from infectious diseases. The Seneca people, who were part of the Haudenosaunee , or Iroquois Confederacy based in New York, defeated them. The Seneca had ranged south while seeking new hunting grounds through the Shenandoah Valley to the West.