Bay Spotted Mare & Smoky Black Colt
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Madisonville, TN
Shotgun's Midnight H. F. is dual registered with TWHBEA and SSHBEA. She is out of a Bay Tobiano Sire and a Black Mare. She is up to date on Floats, Vaccinations, and Wormings. She has a Smoky Black Colt on her side out of a 15. 3 hh Cremello Stallion. She is being sold bred back to a Homozygous Black and White Stallion.
About Madisonville, TN
The City of Madisonville originally began as the town of Tellico, and prior to that a Cherokee village of the same name. The Calhoun Treaty and resulting Hiwassee Purchase of 1819 opened the area for white settlement. Madisonville was founded in the early 1820s as a county seat for Monroe County, which had been formed in 1819. The town was initially known as "Tellico," but its name was changed to "Madisonville" in 1830 in honor of U.S. President James Madison in accordance with a petition from the residents presented by state representative James Madison Greenway.