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Pinto Stallion for Sale in Judsonia, AR
Spirit is a 5 yr old unregistered gelding He has been riding for about a year. I am able to ride along side traffic or on trails. He is a very lovable horse and always willing to please. with the right training he would be a exellent Western Pleasure horse.
About Judsonia, AR
Originally known as Prospect Bluff, the town was founded in 1840 by Erastus Gregory. In 1871 a Baptist school, Judson University, was established in the area. A few months later the name Prospect Bluff was changed to Judsonia, after Baptist missionary Adoniram Judson, to help promote the school, which drew many northerners to the area. Though the school died in 1883, the town streets still bear the names of several well-known 19th-century Baptists: Judson and Hasseltine (after Adoniram Judson and his wife, Ann Hasseltine Judson), Wayland (after Francis Wayland, president of Brown University in Rhode Island), Wade (after missionary Jonathan Wade) and Boardman (after missionary George Boardman, whose widow, Sarah Hall Boardman became Judson's second wife). On the evening of March 21, 1952, tornadoes swept Arkansas leaving 111 dead.