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Arabian Stallion for Sale in Locust Fork, AL
A beautiful colt from the Aladdin / Bask cross. A chestnut with lots of chrome. He has a loving and willing temperment. He is a quick study in every new situation.
About Locust Fork, AL
While traveling south with his troops in 1815, General Andrew Jackson camped along a river in the area. General Jackson carved his name in a locust tree, naming the area Locust Fork. In the early 1800s Nick Hudson built a public inn in what is now Locust Fork. He erected barns to shelter the horses and hogs of the Tennessee farmers who drove them to the deeper South for a more profitable market. Locust Fork was incorporated January 18, 1977.