3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Stallion at Stud in Lenexa, KS
What a pedigree! Ayrjordan is a remarkable sire. A. J. has the size and appeal which would cross nicely with any breed. If you are looking for halter, pleasure, or hunter prospects you can't go wrong with this versitile stallion. A. J. has numerous halter championships and will be shown under saddle in 2006. Sweepstakes Nominated Sire. Registation # 0572***2. Contact Tara Passmore @ (913) 406-7***8
About Lenexa, KS
Twelve years before the town of Lenexa was platted, James Butler Hickok staked a claim on 160 acres (65 ha) at what is now the corner of 83rd and Clare Road. Filed in 1857, the claim was not far from the Kansas River, and was 20 miles (32 km) southwest of Westport, Missouri, and the start of the Santa Fe Trail. The trail meandered through this area on its way to Santa Fe, New Mexico. On March 22, 1858, Hickok was elected one of the first four constables of nearby Monticello Township. Later, Hickok became a scout for the Free-State Army, a sharpshooter and eventually, one of the most famous folk heroes of the American West, Wild Bill Hickok.