Harley's Black Tie Affair (Twhbea)Next Ad »
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Stallion at Stud in Benton, TN
This horse is not for sale, he is listed only for STUD Service Harley's Black Tie Affair (aka Cisco) comes from excellent TWH foundation stock consisting of 5 World Grand Champions plus Marshall Dillon. He has impeccable confirmation and is a uniquely marked Black & White Tobiano in that his markings are nearly identical on both sides and that he is solid white in the middle and solid black on both his head and hind quarters. You've got to see his pictures to believe it. He has been trained by Randy Speegle and shown regularly in the National Racking Horse Association. He won the BLUE Ribbon at the GSSHA (Georgia Spotted Saddle Horse Association) State Championship Show 3 Year Old Open Shod class. For more info and pictures, visit the "Stallions" page of our website or call
About Benton, TN
Benton was founded in 1840 as a county seat for Polk County, which had been established the previous year. The town, originally a trading post known as McKamy's stock stand, was named in honor of Thomas Hart Benton. The Benton fireworks disaster was an industrial disaster which occurred on May 27, 1983 on a farm southeast of Benton. An explosion at a secret illegal fireworks operation killed eleven, injured one, caused damage within a radius of several miles, and revealed the operation. The operation was by far the largest and most successful known illegal fireworks operation and the blast, having been heard over 20 miles away, was arguably the largest and most powerful explosion involving firework explosives.