Thoroughbred Standing Stud In Alabama
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Thoroughbred Stallion at Stud in Piedmont, AL
We are proud to offer Relxing Memories for stud for the breeding season of 2006. His lines include some of the greats such as Captin James, Alydar and Alysheba. He has wonderful conformation. He is sure to produce some money earners. He has never been raced. He is not the typical Thoroughbred we all expect, he is calm and liad back. I let my children play with him. We are willing to do some crossing with him. He is Jockey Club registered. If you would like to see his full pedigree or additional pictures, just send me an email. His first years fee is $300 Live foal guarentee applys. We are willing to trade for a nice lined Thoroughbred or Quarter Horse mare for 2 breedings to this boy. Come by and see him if you choose I assure you. . . . You wont be dissapointed.
About Piedmont, AL
The area now known as Piedmont is a community that began in the early 1840s, located at the crossroads of two early post roads. Major Jacob Forney Dailey of North Carolina came to Alabama in 1848 and bought land in present-day Piedmont. Major Dailey named the area Cross Plains, and an official post office with that name was established on September 22, 1851. In Reconstruction-era Alabama, an incident at Cross Plains affected race relations and the future of the northeast section of the state for generations as a result of the lynching of William Luke, a northern missionary, and several other men in 1870. In that year, the new northern-owned railroad to connect Washington, D.C.