Stocky B&W Filly. PTN1 Gene

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Gypsy Vanner
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
14.1 hh
Foal Date
March, 2021
United States
Ad Status

Gypsy Vanner Mare for Sale in Brooksville, FL

CaraVanner's Snuff-I-Love-A-Kiss 2021 Black & White Filly with Pattern 1 Gene Anubis x CaraVanner's Blagdon Rights This little lady is sizing up to be a thick mare already. She is sweet & calm as they come. Looking for a Leopard or Few Spot Appaloosa? Carries Pattern 1 gene. Bloodlines Include (but not limited to): SD Jim, Bob the Blagdon, Sweeper Mare, The Lob Eared Horse, The Horse Shoe mare, The Old black Horse, Vines Mare, HCS White Hrose, The Irish Mare, Paddy Horse, Old White Mare, the Coal Horse, The Butterfly Horse, Beibhinn Blue, Roadsweeper, Old Mother Riley, The Old Coal Horse, Rhonda, Blue, Westmoreland Curly Sue, The Rocking Horse, Westmoreland Splish Splash, Cheif, The Old Horse of Wales, The Lottery Horse, Westmoreland Tic Tac, Amos Withshire's Old Horse
... more» Sam, Joe Wiltshire's Red & White Mare Matilda, Joe Wiltshire's Black & White Stallion The Old Black Horse, The Coal Horse, & 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 All horses are GVHS registered.

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.

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