Doesn't act his age, Sweet Personality
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Adairsville, GA
Tosh's coggins says 18 but his teeth say younger, quiet ride, loads of hunter movement, long and low, the less amount of contact the more on the bit he is, eye catching with a big blaze and 4 tall stockings, saved him from going to auction but have too many horses of my own so he needs to find a new loving owner, that is why he is priced so cheap
About Adairsville, GA
Adairsville used to be a small Cherokee village named after Chief Walter (John) S. Adair, a Scottish settler who married a Cherokee Indian woman before the removal of the Cherokee in 1838. It was part of the Cherokee territory along with Calhoun and including New Echota. After the removal of the Cherokees, the village became part of Georgia, and the residents kept the name Adairsville. One of the town's developers was William Watts, who had a railroad business interest in the town.