All Around Prospect 2002 Bay Stallion
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Paris, TN
Outstanding stallion, has been a real head turner from the day he was born. Two matching white socks on back. Terrific confirmation. Could be used as young halter prospect, then go any way you like. Imprinted at birth, very easy to handle. Loves to run and trots like he is floating across the ground. Well muscled but he still has a refined look about him. Sire is A Real Heyday, registered as brown, but is black, grandson of Scoot Baron and goes back to Three Chicks on dam side, mother and grandmother were grullos. His dam is g - granddaughter of The Continental and Secorillo and same out of Skipsters Lad, granddaughter of Lads Gold and Chana Wag. Pictures taken when he was four months old. Easy to catch, trim, and load - a real pleasure to be around. ~~~~ d0
About Paris, TN
The present site of Paris was selected by five commissioners appointed to the task of choosing a county seat at the December 1822 session of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Henry County. Their choice was a 50-acre (20 ha) site, of which 37.5 acres (15.2 ha) were owned by Joseph Blythe and 12.5 acres (5.1 ha) owned by Peter Ruff; both men donated the land to the county to have the seat there. A public square, streets, alleys and 104 lots were laid off, and the lots were sold at auction over a two-day period in either March or April 1823. Paris was incorporated on September 30, 1823. It was the first town incorporated in West Tennessee, followed by Lexington on October 9, 1824, and Memphis on December 19, 1826.