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Name
Breed
Tennessee Walking
Gender
Stallion
Color
Black
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
135/5,293
Ad Status
Available
Price
$2,500

Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Alabaster, AL

4H Saddle Seat Champion, that is at home in the ring as well on the trail. Extensively ridden in the Smokey Mountains. . Ridden in parades. Nothing bothers this horse, he is an easy keeper with no bad habits (no cribbing, biting, swaying, spooking) Stands for farrier, self loads into trailer. UTD on shots and has neg. Coggins. Excellent hooves, really does not need shoes. He has very unsual markings and a beautiful head set. If you want a horse that stands out from the run of mill TWH - this is it!! Due to health issues and that fact I cannot stand the thought of selling him, please contact my daughter who is handling his sale for me. 205-382- 7727. To approved home only.
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About Alabaster, AL

George L. Scott, Sr., an Alabaster pioneer, owned and operated Alabaster Lime Co., which mined this mineral. His shipping point was known as “Scott Rock.” Later, worker housing was built to accommodate some of the mine employees. The community was named Alabaster after the "white calcium carbonate mineral." The First Bank of Alabaster opened in 1952, and its president was George L. Scott, Jr., who later was elected as the first mayor of Alabaster.

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