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Draft Stallion for Sale in Roanoke, AL
Gorgeous spotted draft colt w / unlimited potential! Born April 13, 2006. Imprinted at birth & handled daily. Loves people. Awesome temperment and personality. 350 lbs & 11. 2 hh at 6 wks old. 450 lbs & 12. 1 hh at 12 wks old. Should mature ~16. 2 hh. He is blk w / wht over shoulders, 4 high stockings, big round star & snip. Very flashy! Great bone & conformation. He is out of a 1400 lb 16h black Percheron cross ex - PMU mare and by a 1800 lb 16. 2h blk / wht registered Spotted Draft stallion. He leads, loads, bathes, ties, clips, picks up feet. Nice ground manners. UTD on everything. Excellent eventing, driving, and / or stallion prospect. Will be registered with Pinto Draft Registry and / or Spotted Draft Assoc. $1800 (negotiable) . Located in Roanoke, AL. Email huckn*
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About Roanoke, AL
This was an area of historic occupation by the Creek before treaties to persuade the Native Americans to cede their land, followed by forced migration under the Indian Removal Act of 1830. The area was part of a broad part of upland developed as cotton plantations worked by enslaved African Americans. The area is still quite rural. Initially called High Pine in the 1830s after a nearby creek, it was allegedly burned during an Indian uprising in 1836. Renamed Chulafinee in 1840, it was later renamed again for the hometown of one of the early settlers, Roanoke, Virginia.