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Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
United States
Ad Status

Appaloosa Stallion for Sale in Marble Falls, TX

Strong, big boned, flashy, and calm! Well broke, but ready to learn more. Has had lots of work in the round pen and desensitization work on the ground and in the saddle. Perfect ground manners and gets along well with other horses. Loads, clips, bathes, stands tied, hobbles, and behaves great for the farrier. Easy keeper and easy to catch. Very trusting and affectionate with people. Backs and will stay in whatever gait you put him in and will pick up his leads at the canter. Has had 3 months professional training. This horse has never been sick or hurt and is up to date on all vaccinations and Coggins.

About Marble Falls, TX

Marble Falls was founded in 1887 by Adam Rankin Johnson, a former Indian fighter and Confederate general, known as "Stovepipe" Johnson for his Civil War escapades, which included duping the Union army in Newburgh, Indiana, with fake "cannons," constructed from stovepipes and wagon wheels. Johnson had viewed the natural Marble Falls during his pre-war days as a Burnet County surveyor, and had dreamed of building an industrial city, powered by the tumbling Colorado River, not to be confused with the river of the same name in Colorado and Arizona. Despite a "friendly fire" incident which blinded him near the end of the Civil War, General Johnson followed through with his dream, facilitating the construction of a railroad to nearby Granite Mountain in 1884, then (with ten partners, including one son, one nephew and two sons-in-law) platting the townsite and selling lots, beginning July 12, 1887. Johnson built a fine home, a college (soon to be home of the "Falls on the Colorado Museum") and a large factory near the falls. The town grew to a population of 1,800 within ten years.

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