World Champion Producer
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Oroville, WA
You can see Chautauqua's son, Generator's Aurora, on page 96 of the January 2004. VOICE Magazine. Chief Chautauqua is a 10 year old TWHBEA registered chestnut tobiano stallion by Cimarron Sun out of Charger's Meri Charm. He sires 89% color. He is gentle to handle and breed with. Chautauqua produces excellent gait, disposition, and conformation. He is the Grandsire of many tobiano offspring and the sire of the Whistler Creek ranch sire, Casper's Evil Sun. Chautauqua has been saddled but has not been trained for riding. His owner may be able to arrange this training. Chautauqua has a very good pedigree with the old foundation lines of Chief's Sun M. , Wonder Liz, Go Boy's Shadow, Merry Roan Sun, Stately Go - Boy, Midnight Sunset, Byrom's Allen, and Allen Gentry. Just $3000 OBO Please include horse name in inq. 100+ horses available on website
About Oroville, WA
Oroville was first settled by Caucasian settlers in the late 1850s and known as 'rag town.' The settlement was named Oro, after the Spanish word for gold, in 1892 after the surrounding gold mines and in an attempt to attract prospectors and merchants. The Post Office objected to the name "Oro" because a town was already named " Oso" in Washington, so the name was changed to Oroville, in 1909. Oroville started to become a tourist location; in the mid-2000s, large condo developments were proposed. The city had an economy peak in 2005-2007, but has continued suffering since to the 'great recession.' It is home to the Dorothy Scott Airport, an international municipal airport with U.S. Customs check, located two miles outside of the town center that was opened in August 1937.