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Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Monticello, KY
This mare has only been used for breeding purposes. She is halter broke and leads, loads and clips. She has been producing good looking colts. They are either buckskin or champaigne colored. She is an easy keeper meaning she does extremely well out on pasture or barn kept. She is out of TN Walking Horse stock, but is NOT registered. Owner is retiring and needs to sell.
About Monticello, KY
Monticello became the county seat when the Wayne County was formed in 1800. The first Wayne County clerk, Micah Taul, named the town after the home of Thomas Jefferson. Joshua Jones, a surveyor and Revolutionary War veteran, laid out the town on thirteen acres owned by William Beard. By 1810, the population was twenty-seven people. An oil boom in Wayne County created an economic boost in the late 1800s.