Very Rare Shiek Obeyed At Stud
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Stallion at Stud in Waverly, TN
Meranti El Sherif is the last of his bloodlines. I have several half breed mares bred for 2005 ONE HALF BREED BAY colt 6-3-2004 for sale at weaning to show home. Sherif is a startling Blk / Bay with graceful movements and easy going attitude. Contact for more info and pedigree or Pics fsffa***@mlec. net or phone 931-296-034
About Waverly, TN
Waverly was established by Steven Pavatt as a stop along the stagecoach road between Nashville and Memphis in the early 19th century. Pavatt was a fan of the author Sir Walter Scott, and named the community after Scott's Waverley Novels. When Humphreys County was created in 1803, Reynoldsburg, located northwest of Waverly along the Tennessee River, was chosen as the county seat. However, when county lands on the west bank of the Tennessee split off to become part of the newly created Benton County in 1835, the Humphreys County seat was moved to Waverly, which had become the more central location in the county. A courthouse was built in 1836, and the town was officially incorporated in 1838.