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Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Huntsville, AL
Bum's Gambler has been trail ridden extensively. Smooth gait, neck reins, trailer loads, clips well, bathes well, very easy going awaiting his rider's next command. Shown Trail Pleasure and Model. Excellent choice for any rider to enjoy a great day of excursion in the woods or in the show ring.
About Huntsville, AL
The first settlers of the area were Muscogee-speaking people. The Chickasaw traditionally claim to have settled around 1300 after coming east across the Mississippi. A combination of factors, including disease, land disputes between the Choctaw and Cherokee, and pressures from the United States government had largely depopulated the area by the time Revolutionary War veteran John Hunt settled in the land around the Big Spring in 1805. The 1805 Treaty with the Chickasaws and the Cherokee Treaty of Washington of 1806 ceded native claims to the United States Government. The area was subsequently purchased by LeRoy Pope, who named the area Twickenham after the home village of his distant kinsman Alexander Pope.