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Gypsy Vanner Stallion for Sale in Brooksville, FL
CaraVanner's Exoneration (AKA Honor) 2021 Black Blagdon Colt with Marbled Front Feather One Step Ahead of the Jailer x Gypsy Ee W20/W20 Black Blagdon with a black & white marbled front leg that will make him stand out. Honor should finish about 13.1 H. 2 copies of the W20 gene, & 1 red/1 black (Ee). There is just something about this little guy, I can't wait to see how he grows up. He has a sweet head & compact body. He will steal your heart! He has 2 full siblings, & is the last of this breeding. Ask for pictures of his siblings. Bloodlines Include (but not limited to): The Warden, Alfie's Stallion, Vines Mare, Kennocha Mocha, The Business (AKA The Boss), The Boss (UK), Lion King Granddaughter, Ambrose Deer Horse, The Blue Blagdon Mare, Blue Blagdon Stallio
... more»n, Secret Drifter, TP's B&W Mare, The Diplomat, The Black Colt, Midget Daughter, Son of Bob the Blagdon, Bob The Blagdon, Lise's Dream Mare & More! Visit my website for more information: visit our website Gypsy CaraVanners is located in Central Florida & has been breeding Gypsy Vanners for over 10 years. We have multiple horses available, & publicly standing stallions. Contact Gypsy CaraVanners for more information. (864) 72 GYPSY
About Brooksville, FL
Fort DeSoto, established about 1840 to give protection to settlers from Native Americans, was located at the northeastern edge of present-day Brooksville on Croom Road about one-half mile east of U.S. Highway 41. The fort was also a trading post and a regular stop on the Concord stagecoach line which ran from Palatka to Tampa. The fort was built on top of a heavy bed of limestone, a fact which they were unaware of at the time. This made it exceedingly difficult to obtain water, thus causing the location to be abandoned.