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Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Heflin, AL
Kid with Money, AQHA, PHBA palomino stallion. Own son of Kid Tama and grandson of The Money Broker. AQHA Incentive Fund Nominated for 2007. "Mongo" has been in training for halter, saddle breaking, finish work under saddle, and DRESSAGE. Video on DVD available! AI on farm or shipped, LFG. Mare care, shipping, vet fees extra. Multiple mare and 4H discounts; point earning show mares are eligible for low rates. $250 collection fee plus FedEx charges, then $225 collection fee plus FedEx upon return of container. Standing at www. CentaurFarms. com Please see our other HorseWeb ads and visit Angela's Quarter Horses for show prospects and beautiful riding horses - see our full selection of paint & quarter horses for sale in Alabama and Georgia!
About Heflin, AL
Heflin was first settled in 1882 as a station on the railroad line from Atlanta. The town quickly grew and was incorporated in 1886. Until 1905, the County Seat of Cleburne County had been located at Edwardsville. In 1905, an election was held to move the county seat from Edwardsville to Heflin. The election results favored Heflin and were appealed to and upheld by the Alabama Supreme Court on July 1, 1906.