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Tennessee Walking Gelding for Sale in Reidsville, NC
Prince Ted Reg. TWHBEA (Ted Williams x Prides Generator mare) Chestnut Roan Gelding foaled 5/5/07 15.2h This handsome boy has done it all, from swimming in the Atlantic ocean, to field trials, to climbing the mountains of Tennessee & Virginia. Ted is an excellent trail horse and will go anywhere you ask him. Gets along well with other horses. Does well in a pasture or in a stall. He has a natural 4 beat head-shaking gait at a slow speed, but more show gaity/racky at a faster speed, he also canters. He is 100% sound, has a current negative coggins and UTD on vaccines. He loads, clips, bathes and shoes with no problems. $3500 OBO Check out his video link! http://youtu.be/Udki11CL3x0
About Reidsville, NC
The early roots of Reidsville, incorporated in 1873 by the State Legislature, date back to the early 19th century when William Wright of the Little Troublesome Creek area owned a tavern and store on the road connecting Danville and Salem. This outpost, called Wright’s Crossroads, was the earliest settlement in the present-day city and was overseen by Wright’s son, Nathan, and then Nathan Wright’s son-in-law, Robert Payne Richardson. Richardson’s home, built in 1842 on a knoll overlooking Little Troublesome Creek, still remains on Richardson Drive and has the distinction of being the oldest standing house in the city. Reuben Reid of the Hogan’s Creek area moved his family, including wife, Elizabeth Williams Settle, and son, David Settle Reid, to a 700-acre (2.8 km 2) farm on the ridge between Wolf Island and Little Troublesome creeks in May 1814. Reuben Reid became a successful farmer, operated a store and a public inn maintained in a private home and served the county as a constable and justice of the peace.