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Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Blue Springs, MO
The Chocolate Drop is a 6 year old, TWHBEA registered, 15. 1 hand, black gelding by Generator's Sundrop out of Threat Of Ice. He is an "Awesome" Mover. He has a wonderful canter; he gets that rear end under himself and just rolls his front legs out! He is gorgeous to watch and so Powerful. Chocolate is a real show stopper. He knows how to work, He is so smooth and wonderfully gaited. Chocolate does require an experienced rider because he is such a powerful gelding. Chocolate's dam is a granddaughter of Triple Threat and Sun's Delight D. His sire is a son of Prides Generator and grandson of Ebony's Hi - Roller B. by Ebony Masterpiece. He is a wonderful Show, Parade, Trail, and Pleasure gelding. Video Available soon. $5250 OBO Please include horse name in inq 100+ horses available
About Blue Springs, MO
Blue Springs’ history is tied to the migration of settlers on their westward journey. Pioneers found the area to be an ideal stopover due to the abundance of cool, clean water from a spring of the Little Blue River--hence the name Blue Springs. The presence of water and a need for pioneer supplies led to the construction of a grist mill and permanent settlement at the current site of the City's Burrus Old Mill Park on Woods Chapel Road. The Jackson County Court granted the incorporation of Blue Springs on September 7, 1880, making the City the fourth settlement in the county to be incorporated. An early settler, Franklin Smith, arrived in Blue Springs from Virginia in 1838 and became a leading figure in the community's development.