3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Centerville, IA
This colt has raced four times and won over $10, 000. Very good, flat kneed mover. Moves off leg cues readily, calm disposition, easy to work around. Fast learner, quiet on trails, ties, loads, clips. Completely sound, correctin every way, up to date on all vaccinations. Started over small jumps and never taken a bad step. Ready for any job you put him to.
About Centerville, IA
Founded in 1846 by Jonathon Stratton under the name of "Chaldea," the city was planned around a unique two-block long city square. The name was later changed to Senterville, named after William Tandy Senter, a prominent Tennessee politician. When incorporation papers were filed in 1855, someone mistook the name for a misspelling and corrected it to Centerville. The first coal mine in Centerville was opened in 1868, with its mine shaft about one-half mile from the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad depot. Horse-power was used to raise coal from the mines until 1872, when the Watson Coal Company opened a mine equipped with a steam hoist.