Spirityme (By Pride's Dark Spirit)
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Stallion at Stud in Benton, TN
This horse is not for sale; he is only listed for Stud service Standing at Stud for $300 Stud Fee with a discount for grade mares. Spirityme is direct out of Pride's Dark Spirit which was a 5 time World Champion and producer of the 1992 TWH Celebration World Grand Champion "Dark Spirit's Rebel". Spirityme has been shown extensively in Walking Horse as well as Racking Horse shows and does exceptionally well in either discipline. Just look at some of his pictures to see a sampling of the characteristics that he may pass on to your foals. Consider Spirityme as your Stallion of Choice if you wish to add the Pride and Spirit blood lines to your breeding program. For more info, pictures, and to view Sprityme's pedigree please visit the "Stallions" page of our website or call
About Benton, TN
Benton was founded in 1840 as a county seat for Polk County, which had been established the previous year. The town, originally a trading post known as McKamy's stock stand, was named in honor of Thomas Hart Benton. The Benton fireworks disaster was an industrial disaster which occurred on May 27, 1983 on a farm southeast of Benton. An explosion at a secret illegal fireworks operation killed eleven, injured one, caused damage within a radius of several miles, and revealed the operation. The operation was by far the largest and most successful known illegal fireworks operation and the blast, having been heard over 20 miles away, was arguably the largest and most powerful explosion involving firework explosives.