VA: Palomino TWH Gelding..Bomb Proof
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Blacksburg, VA
Tennessee Walker Gender Gelding Age 8 years Year of Birth 1999 Height 14. 2 hands Base Color Palamino Registration Not registered Location Blacksburg, VA Price (USD) $2, 400 REDUCED!!! $2000. 00 and still neg!!! Horse Description A beautiful 7 yo palomino 14. 1-14. 2 TWH gelding that has never spooked at anything, reared, bucked, bitten. Beautiful long white mane. UTD on vacines. Great for farrier. He is well broken for trail and has never shied or spooked at anything. Absolutly a wonderful horse. Only selling so I can obtain an arabian or 1 / 2 arabian. His price is very negotiable!! Maybe even speed racking??? Email for pictures.
About Blacksburg, VA
In the mid-1600s, English colonists were still uncertain of what lay beyond the Allegheny Mountains, whose topography and possession by native inhabitants, Tutelo-speaking tribes, were a barrier to expanded settlement by the Colony of Virginia. Abraham Wood, who commanded Fort Henry on the frontier (now the site of Petersburg, Virginia), and operated an Indian trading post nearby, organized several expeditions to explore farther west. A passage over the ridge was finally found in 1671 when explorers Batts and Fallam, sent by Wood, reached the present-day location of Blacksburg, Virginia. Their expedition followed Stroubles Creek, through the current locations of the town and campus of Virginia Tech, to what they named Wood's River. They reported the area as inhabited by the Monacan and Moneton, Siouan-speaking groups, but the Virginia colonial legislature had authorized Wood to claim it.