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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion at Stud in Wytheville, VA
"Dollar" is a foundation bred tri - colored Paint stallion who was tested and found to be homozygous. He has been shown limited and local in halter, team penning, and also barrels and has had some roping experience also. He is siring nice, big, conformationally correct, gentle babies. This is his 1 st year standing to the public. His bloodlines include Painted Jewel, Speed Dial, Jet Dial, King, and Poco. His registered name is "Splendid Painted King" if anyone is interested in looking up his pedigree on APHA's website. Breeding will be limited to 10 mares. LFG.
About Wytheville, VA
Wythe County was created in 1789 and named for George Wythe, the "father of American Jurisprudence" and signer of the Declaration of Independence. In May 1790, Chris Simmerman donated 90 acres, along with John Davis's 10 acres, to establish a town and county seat. Robert Adams completed a town survey in November of that year, dividing the area into half-acre lots. The town did not have an official name yet, but was generally known as Wythe Court House. Two years later, in October 1792, the town was officially named Evansham, for prominent local citizen Jesse Evans.