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Name
Lilly
Breed
Welsh Pony
Gender
Mare
Color
Liver Chestnut
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NASPR
Reg Number
NA
Height
14.0 hh
Foal Date
May, 2016
Country
United States
Views/Searches
1,519/68,335
Ad Status
Available
Price
$15,000

Welsh Pony Mare for Sale in Cherryville, NC

Dragons Lilly Lark aka Lilly is an up and coming 4-year-old Welsh/ QH, Orchardhills Snapdragon X Just My Lark. Lilly was homebred out of my Large pony mare (Just my Lark); she has been handled since day one by myself. Lilly was Grand Champion Filly at her North American Sport Pony Registry inspection and was very successful at Devon 2018 Yearling class. I use the word “unicorn” very sparingly because many people think they have that exceptionally wonderful horse or pony, but for a lack of better words, Lilly is truly a unicorn. Her ground manners are impeccable, completely levelheaded and rational about new situations. I have personally started her lightly under saddle and she is accelerating tremendously quickly, her naturally balanced gates have made ever moment under saddle delightf
... more»ul and easy. Lilly is ready to start the next chapter of her life with her perfect human.

About Cherryville, NC

During the last half of the 18th century, German, Dutch, and Scots- Irish families from the Colony of Pennsylvania migrated south and settled in the Cherryville area. Land grants made by King George III of England date back to 1768, and as early as 1792 Governor Samuel Ashe of North Carolina made grants in and around "White Pine", as the settlement was known at the time. A village began to develop at a crossroads of the Morganton-to- Charleston road, closely followed by modern Highway 274 / Mountain Street, and the Old Post Road, a main thoroughfare between Salisbury, North Carolina, and Spartanburg, South Carolina. In 1862, the Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford Railroad (later known as the Carolina Central Railroad) reached White Pine. Construction of the railroad westward from Cherryville was interrupted by the Civil War, so that throughout the war Cherryville was a western terminus of the railroads in North Carolina.

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