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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Swainsboro, GA
"Daisy" has a great overstriding walk and a long head shaking nod that exhibits the true walking horse gait perfectly everytime. She leads, clips, ties, bathes, loads, parks out, and has been ground driven. Started under saddle and doing great. She is very easy going and picks up things fast. Will be a head turner with her deep dapples! Email us anytime for more info, pictures, or updates on this gorgeous filly.
About Swainsboro, GA
In 1822, the Georgia state legislature established "Swainsborough" as the seat of Emanuel County. The town was named in recognition of Stephen Swain, the state senator who introduced the bill for the county's creation in 1812. The town's name was changed to "Paris" at its incorporation on February 18, 1854, but three years later reverted to its current name, Swainsboro. Early in its corporate life, much like other rural Georgia towns, Swainsboro depended on railroads for transportation. However, in the 1930s, many of the town's streets and sidewalks were paved, and Swainsboro found itself at the intersection of two major national highways, U.S.