Reg. Spotted Walker
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Winterport, ME
3 yo registered spotted walking horse stud. black and white. out of personal power. 16h. sweet boy, easy to handle. green broke under harness and saddle. one foal on ground. cfmi
About Winterport, ME
First settled in 1766 as part of Frankfort, it was set off and incorporated on March 12, 1860. It was named Winterport because of its fine harbor on the Penobscot River estuary, which generally remained ice free, and so became a busy local terminus for trade and shipping during winter months. When the upper Penobscot River froze, commodities like flour were hauled in large quantities from here to Bangor. In 1841, Theophilus Cushing opened a large steam mill which manufactured 11,000,000 feet of lumber annually. It also made sugar box shooks, lath, clapboard, and soap and candle boxes.