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Pony of the Americas
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Pony of the Americas Stallion for Sale in Lawrenceburg, TN
rose color roan with perfect blanket, novice broke but fun for advanced, jumps, will ride on anything, broke to - clipper, crupper, dogs, road, cows, goats, fe rrier, no bad habbits, no scars or ever been injured. retired coon hunting horse, will carry any 300 lb man all day, will go up / down waterfalls. perfect game day horse - fast! power steering ! goof - proof.
About Lawrenceburg, TN
According to a recent theory, the Lawrenceburg area is the likely site of " Chicasa"—the place where Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto and his men wintered in 1540–41 (earlier theories have suggested this campsite to have been in northern Mississippi.) The Cherokee sold the area to the US in 1806. [ citation needed ] Upon moving from East Tennessee in the early 19th century, around 1817, David Crockett served as a justice of the peace, a colonel of the militia, and a state representative. David Crockett established a powder mill on Shoal Creek originally called the Sycamore River. This area is now home to David Crockett State Park. Crockett was elected as a commissioner and served on the board that placed Lawrenceburg four miles (6 km) west of the geographic center of Lawrence County.