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Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Bowling Green, OH
Molly is very sweet and willing. She is awesome on trails at Oak Openings, never spooks. I have ridden her on the busy road in front of my house nver once went sideways or ran. Would be a great kid's horse for a child who knows the basics. Built big and well for a large man to ride on. Molly has the running / walk and smooth canter. She loads, clips, bathes, stands for farrier, etc. I hate to sell, but we have too many horses. Molly has had a baby giving her the chance to be a broodmare. Don't miss out on this wonderful family, trail, and gaited Tennessee Walker Mare!!
About Bowling Green, OH
Bowling Green was first settled in 1832, was incorporated as a town in 1855, and became a city in 1901. The village was named after Bowling Green, Kentucky, by a retired postal worker who had once delivered mail there. With the discovery of oil in the late 19th and early 20th century, Bowling Green experienced a boon to its economy. The wealth can still be seen in the downtown storefronts, and along Wooster Street, where many of the oldest and largest homes were built. A new county courthouse was also constructed in the 1890s, and a Neoclassical post office was erected in 1913.