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Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Cave Spring, GA
Spade is an amazing child's horse. He was used to give riding lessons for most of his life, and is mostly just a big baby - sitter. He's very trustworthy with even small children. He's very forgiving and doesn't complain when beginner riders make mistakes. You never have to worry about the safety of a rider on him, it takes most of your effort trying to keep him awake and alert. There's no way you can compliment this horse enough, he's as laid back and friendly as you can get. He's just a big pet, and will happily follow you around the field with his nose against your shoulder. He loves attention and craves to be loved, but I no longer have that time. I hope to find a family for him that will love and care for him to no end. Might you be that family?
About Cave Spring, GA
Cave Spring is well known for the natural AIR wonders of the cave and spring site where indigenous peoples came to the area (both Cherokee and the earlier Mississippian culture). Legend has it that tribal meetings and games used to be held at the site. In 1832, Cave Spring was formed as a small town, founded by Baptists who were among the early settlers. The cave and spring site is now part of Rolater Park, formerly used by educational institutions such as Cave Spring Manual Labor School (renamed Hearn Academy) and others including Georgia School for the Deaf. During the Atlanta Campaign of the Civil War in 1864, both Confederate and Union troops came to Cave Spring for hospitalization and rest.