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Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Taneytown, MD
For your breeding consideration we are offering, Weo Larks Investment, an AQHA chestnut stallion. He is the grandson of two extraordinary and legendary stallions: Rugged Lark - Two - Time Superhorse, and The Invester - AQHA Champion and Superior Halter Horse. He has been unshown due to injuries he sustained when he fell through a barn floor in June 2004. He has recovered 100% and has been cleared to finish his training and start showing this year in Western Pleasure! With his first foal to date I can certainly say that he passes his big heart on to his get. You really need to come and meet this extraordinary stallion and see for yourself how big his heart really is. If you like what you see and want to come and meet him, feel free to call and make an appointment. He loves visitors and
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About Taneytown, MD
Taneytown was founded in 1754 and became the seat of Taneytown Hundred in colonial Frederick County. Taneytown takes its name from Raphael Taney, a recipient of one of the first land grants in the area, though Taney likely never lived in the city that bears his name. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Roger Brooke Taney, author of the Dred Scott decision, born in 1777, shares a common ancestor with him, but likely never visited the town or had any connection. When Carroll County was formed on 19 January 1837, Taneytown Hundred and Taneytown were included.