Great Beginner Trail Pleasure Gelding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Lancing, TN
Pusher's Executor A. K. A. Roper Meet Roper, A Sorrell TWHBEA Gelding He is a Trail Pleasure, Lite Shod Horse Check out his Show Season on our Horse Shows Page He would be suitable for any beginner to intermediate rider who is interested in showing and placing well in the Trail Pleasure division. Videos may be seen on Youtube. . . . Pics and OTher Horses may be seen @ Rolling Acre Farms
About Lancing, TN
Lancing is an unincorporated community in Morgan County, Tennessee, United States. Lancing is located along Tennessee State Route 62 and the Norfolk Southern Railway 3.35 miles (5.39 km) west-northwest of Wartburg, and northeast of the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area. Lancing has a post office with ZIP code 37770. Lancing was settled in the 1860s, and was originally known as "Kismet." In 1879, the Cincinnati Southern Railway constructed a rail line through the area, and named the Kismet rail station "Lancing." The post office applied the name Lancing to the entire community in 1894. Within a few years of the railroad's arrival, Lancing was home to a store, hotel, two churches, and two saloons.