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Miniature Mare for Sale in powhatan, VA
Mini Pony herd for disposal: 6Yr Black & White Stud: 9h Easy to handle, easy to catch, lead, lots of chrome, bone, and hair. Very fancy mover, produces nice babies. Would like to have a job. Wonderful pet, but not for children to handle without supervision. $1000 OBO Yearling Black Colt: 10h Black with pretty flaxen highlights in tail. Son to stud, mom was sold. very docile, gets along with anybody, sweetheart that meets you at the fence every time. Not yet ready to be gelded. Very nice pony that could be a wonderful driving prospect or riding children's pony with some work. Nice mover, lots of hair, leads, ties, follows you around like a puppy. Can't say enough good things about this guy. $600 OBO 6yr Chestnut & White Mare: 8.2h SWEET SWEET SWEET little mare and cute too! First
... more» to meet you at the fence with a nicker. Was bred to the stud last year and is now bred back and due in the next few months(currently in last trimester.) Good Mom, Good pet, lots of hair, great disposition. Would be a nice prospect to ride/drive. Could honestly be in a petting zoo, she's just that great.... leads, ties, way too easy to catch. 2 in 1 for $1200 OBO 8yr Black/dark bay Mare: 8h tiny and fluffy little mare. Very sweet once she gets to know you, not mean, just not a cuddle bug like the others. Knows A lot. Again, kind of hard to catch if she doesn't know you, but once you do, she is a complete star! Leads like a dream, loads on anything, ties, was ridden but would need a refresher. Great opportunity for someone. Is also currently bred to stud, in the third trimester now. Will be right on track with the other Mare. 2 in 1 for $1000 OBO All UPD on shots, healthy, wormed, stay fat very easy. Package deals available Delivery available contact for more pictures
About powhatan, VA
Powhatan is a census-designated place in and the county seat of Powhatan County, Virginia, United States. Powhatan was initially known as Scottville (after Revolutionary war hero General Charles Scott) for a brief time, and historically has also been known as Powhatan Court House and Powhatan Courthouse. Powhatan is named after Chief Powhatan, father of Pocahontas. The first official court of Powhatan was held at Mosby Tavern, the home of Benjamin Mosby and his son, Littleberry Mosby. Powhatan was established as a community in May 1777, but there were several buildings already in existence at that time.