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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Independence, KY
UPDATE 9 / 29 / 03 - OPEN SHOW WINNER FIRST TIME OUT! Bred to Pleasure this gelding has 120 days of professional training. Well balanced and good minded he has a beautiful head and neck is deep - hocked with flat knees. Beautiful lope knows his leads and has a great natural head position. Well started under saddle he is very smart and a quick natural leaner. Great prospect for Youth / 4- H. No vices bathes leads clips trailers ties. Strings to 15. 1-15. 2. Sound quiet and sane with tons of common sense you don't find them like this often. Extremely willing to please. Incentive fund enrolled futurity eligible. He truly is a a "Flashy Son of a Zip!" VHS video available by phone request only; online photos and video clips available reasonable offers considered. Currently being ridden by an e
... more»leven year old girl. Call 859-363- 9160 for more info ~
About Independence, KY
The area post office was established by Isaac Everett in 1837 as "Everett's Creek"; in 1838, this was changed to "Crews Creek" (presumably after the present Cruises Creek that is south of the city); in 1839, Thomas Hordern renamed it "Bagby". In 1840, Kenton was formed from Campbell and Boone counties. Local farmer John McCollum donated a site at the center of the new county to be its seat of governance, and the name "Independence" was chosen to honor the liberation of locals from Campbell County. The post office was renamed the same year. Quickly settled, Independence was formally incorporated by the state assembly in 1842.