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Saddlebred Stallion at Stud in Weatherford, TX
*Color Town Key Largo x Commander's Royal Jewel Chestnut and White Pinto Saddlebred Stallion Beautiful 5- gaited stallion. Colortown is an awesome stallion. He was used extensively as a show horse in his younger days. He is now 20. He is 5 gaited. He has only 2 foals on the ground but one of them was the Pleasure horse of the year a few years back. He is in several stallion auctions and his foals will be shown at State Fair of Texas 2003 and at the American Royal 2003. He will be shown at Pinto World. We are breeding him 2003 to a select number of mares. He is a gentle horse yet spirited. He has an awesome trot and a nice long neck with well proportion body. He has close tippy ears. I can not say enough good about this stallion.
About Weatherford, TX
In 1854, Methodist Reverend Pleasant Tackett led 15 pioneer families into a land they called " Goshen," which would later become part of Parker County, itself to be created the following year by the efforts of State Representative Isaac Parker and State Senator Thomas Jefferson Weatherford in the Texas State Legislature. [a] Evidence of a prior, failed attempt to colonize the region can be found in the abandoned cabin from 1852-53 located 6 miles (9.7 km) south of modern Weatherford on the J.H. Voorhies farm. In 1856 The railroad arrived in June 1880. The Santa Fe Depot (which houses the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce) was built in 1908 under Jim Crow laws, with waiting rooms segregated and separated by the ticket office.