Great Barrel Prospect
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Lenoir, NC
Duke is a wonderful horse, I just dont hace time to finnish him. He's a quick learner and is very willing to please. He's still green, but I have rode him on a few trails and he's gettin better everytime. He's never spoked at anything and is very curious. He will lead or follow. He's fast and would make a nice barrel prospect. He has also shown interest in cows. Although he is green, he would be a good kids horse, he just LOVES kids! Email me for more pics of this gorgeous boy!
About Lenoir, NC
Lenoir was established in 1841 and incorporated in 1851. The city was named for Revolutionary War general and early North Carolina statesman William Lenoir, who settled north of present-day Lenoir. His restored home, Fort Defiance, is a tourist attraction. The original settlement of Lenoir was known as Tucker's Barn, after a Tucker family that settled on the north side of Lower Creek around 1765. The homestead eventually served as a voting precinct, a muster ground, a store, and a place for celebrations.