Country English Pleasure Horses for Sale near Fruitland Park, FL
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Fancy broke gelding. Lots of buttons, spins around, backs up on a dime, ver..
(AHA #574198) (Echo Magnifficoo x Probracja ( Probat) ) His sire needs lit..
About Fruitland Park,FL Fruitland Park antedates the American Civil War, although the name of the town only came later, as it was originally called Gardenia. The earliest settler was M. Calvin Lee, of the Evander Lee family of Leesburg, who planted a citrus grove. After the war, a son-in-law of the Lee family, P.S. Bouknight, homesteaded 40 acres (160,000 m 2) near Mirror Lake.
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