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Racking Stallion for Sale in Kenner, LA
"reno" is a 5 year old registered racking horse stallion. He has sired 2 foals and both were out of quarter horse mares and the foals were gaited. "reno" has a very docile temperment and is very well behaved around the ladies. "reno" went to school, and is trained in voice command. he's a big boy and a looker too. "reno" has been ridden on trails with mares, and is always a gentleman. "reno" is a very good riding horse, and with a saddle on you can never tell he is a stud.
About Kenner, LA
Originally inhabited by the Tchoupitoulas Indians, the area along the Mississippi River was the first land in the New Orleans Metropolitan Area on which Europeans set foot. René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle landed there in 1682. In 1855, Kenner was founded by Minor Kenner on land that consisted of three plantation properties that had been purchased by the Kenner family. At the time, all land north of what is now Airline Highway was swampland. In Kenner on May 10, 1870, "Gypsy" Jem Mace defeated Tom Allen for the heavyweight championship of the bare-knuckle boxing era; a monument marks the spot near the river end of Williams Boulevard.