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Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Louisville, OH
Tennessee walking horse mare 15. 6H and will be around 16H when she is full grown, very out going and friendly. She has been worked with from a yearling on the ground. In the spring of 2004 she went to Virginia for 3 months of training. She is now under saddle. I would recommend that she have an experienced rider due to her age and that she still needs more training. She is use to being trailered and loads very easy, does well in cross ties and is use to bathing. She parks out but needs some more work to keep her going. She is not afraid of cars or loud objects. I thank she would do great in a parade or as a mounted police horse with more training. Skyline's Smokin Star is registered with TWHBEA. Her tail and main are very long and full.
About Louisville, OH
On October 8, 1834, Louisville was formally settled by Henry Lautzenheiser, from Germany, and Henry Fainot, a French Huguenot. The city was named after Lautzenheiser's son, Lewis, and called Lewisville, Ohio. The name of the town was also considered appropriate because of the fact that it was initially surveyed by the similar-sounding name of Lewis Vail. When the post office was established in 1837, with Sam Petree as its first postmaster, it was discovered Ohio already had a Lewisville, so the spelling was changed to Louisville. Within Louisville's early days, the town competed with the fellow Nimishillen Township community of Harrisburg (also known as Barryville) for growth.