Eye Catching Bay & White Colt **Sold**
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Spotted Saddle Stallion for Sale in Lewisburg, TN
Chip is a bay & white unregistered Tennessee walking horse / spotted saddle horse. He was foaled 7-4-05. Chip is 11 months old and is 13 hands at the time this ad was written. He can be double registered. He is almost a year and ready for someone to start him with his ground work. He leads, stands in cross ties to be groomed and trailers. He has no bad habits. On his sire's side there is Smoking Colors (Sire) , Delightful colors, Battle Colors, Ebony Masterpiece, Sun's Delight D. , Midnight Sun, The Pusher C. G. , Pride Of Midnight H. F. . On the Dam side is Major's Lady Do Right (Dam) , Shadows Spotted Alen , Ebony Masterpiece, Merry Go Boy and Midnight Sun. He has a great background and a real eye catcher for Show, breading or trail. *SOLD* Congradulations to Trish in VA.
About Lewisburg, TN
The area in which Lewisburg and Marshall County is located was long occupied by various cultures of indigenous peoples. Historic Native Americans were here when French, Spanish and English explorers entered the area. Revolutionary War veterans were given land grants in this area by the State of North Carolina for services rendered during the war followed in the 1780s. North Carolina still claimed this territory under its colonial charter, but later gave up that claim and Tennessee became an independent state. Marshall County, named in honor of the young nation's first Supreme Court Chief Justice and noted American jurist, John Marshall, was established by an act of the Tennessee General Assembly in 1836.