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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in South Charleston, OH
Crown Bar Percentage "Toby" Toby was born and raised on our farm. Babies out of him have good minds, some with speed / others for pleasure, pretty heads and straight. 75% color producer when he has been bred to paint horses. Don't let his size stop you from looking, the foals range from 14. 3 out of small mare to 15+ out of large mares. We have a LFG, live cover only at this time. Mares need vet checked and neg. coggins email for more details. Stud fee is cash only. pictures are not the best, he would rather eat. Bloodlines include: Sugar Bar, Rocket Bar, Three Bars, Midnight Sugar, Lola Badger, Fitz Sugar bars, Victoria Bar, Depth Charge, and Lola Handcock.
About South Charleston, OH
South Charleston was laid out in 1815. The first development was the plat of Charleston on November 1, 1815 becoming a matter of record in London on February 5, 1816 followed by the first election on September 19, 1818. The village was originally named after its first merchant, Charles Paist. However it was subsequently changed due to persistent mail difficulties.