Price Reduced Warmblood
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Draft Stallion for Sale in Calhoun, TN
2 Yr. old 1 / 2 TB 1 / 2 Percheron ready to be trained your way. Body clipped, loads and travels well, stands for farrier, UTD on all vaccs, coggins neg. No trades. Serious inquiries only.
About Calhoun, TN
The Calhoun area was settled by John Walker (c. 1770-1834), a part- Cherokee grandson of Nancy Ward and a prominent figure in the formation of McMinn County. Walker operated a ferry along the Hiwassee River and helped contract the Cherokee Turnpike Company in 1806, which maintained the road between Knoxville and Georgia. In 1819, Walker helped negotiate the Calhoun Treaty, in which the Cherokee ceded the remaining lands between the Little Tennessee River and the Hiwassee River, including what is now McMinn County. McMinn County was organized at Walker's house that same year.