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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Grovetown, GA
For Sale: Elegance of Zippo, aka “Honey.” Honey, a 15.3 2006 QH mare with beautiful bloodlines is proudly offered for sale. She has a lovely and sweet disposition both on the ground and under saddle. She has calmly walked along trails bareback with a halter, even with deer hopping in and out of the woods and can be ridden alone or with other horses. She is currently being worked as a hunter prospect and is happy and eager to please: currently jumping around 2’3-2'6 and learning auto changes. She is point and shoot to the fences and doesn’t mind water, dogs or screaming children. Honey is currently barefoot and sound with no maintenance needs, and no known past injuries. She does best with a quiet ride and has also been trained to “whoa” by vocal command. https://www.youtube
... more».com/watch?v=htme2qMGZN4 - Trot video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reMXkeSJpm0 - Honey ridden in a lesson https://youtu.be/u4FjcC9Y_B8 - 2'6 wall https://youtu.be/MCmtDFWLa8s - auto changes over poles https://youtu.be/O639z996Ag8 - 3 stride line
About Grovetown, GA
From the building of the Georgia Railroad, which travels through the city until at least the 1860s, the community was known as "Belair". [ failed verification ] The city was chartered by the Georgia Legislature and officially incorporated on January 1, 1881. The name of the small village purportedly came from the old Grove Baptist Church that was founded in 1808. A poet famous in the post-Civil War era, Paul Hamilton Hayne, moved to Copse Hill in the Parham Road area in the 1860s. He solicited the United States Postal Service to establish the Grovetown post office.