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Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Rogersville, TN
This gelding is a naturally gaited beautiful mover. Great feet, long legs, beautiful color and markings. Excellent prospect for the show rider or trail rider. Owner must sell for financial reasons, don't let this boy slip away from you.
About Rogersville, TN
In 1775, the grandparents of Davy Crockett, a future member of the United States Congress from Tennessee and hero of the Alamo, settled in the Watauga colony in the area in what is today Rogersville near the spring that today bears their name. After an American Indian attack and massacre, the remaining Crocketts sold the property to a Huguenot named Colonel Thomas Amis. In 1780, Colonel Amis built a fort at Big Creek, on the outskirts of the present-day town, with the assistance of fellow Scots-Irish settler John Carter. That same year, about 3.5 miles (5.6 km) above downtown Rogersville, Amis erected a fortress-like stone house, around which he built a palisade for protection against Native American attack. The next year, Amis opened a store, erected a blacksmith shop, and built a distillery.