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Hackney Stallion for Sale in Hyden, KY
This is Pippin. He is a beautiful Hackney pony yearling. Green broke and will be a great trail pony. Has lots of potential for driving as well. Great temperment and is good around kids. Grooms easliy and picks up his feet. Loves attention and will do anything for treats! Asking $1000. 00 OBO.
About Hyden, KY
The area was first settled around 1800 by the Sizemore family, a Native American family migrating from North Carolina, with a brief stay in Hawkins, Tennessee, before making it to Kentucky. John "Rock House" Sizemore and wife, Nancy (Bowling) Sizemore lived in a rock house about a hundred yards up from the mouth of the creek which would later bear his name (RockHouse Creek). John Rock House later sold the land to a Lewis man who then donated the land to the government, which became the town of Hyden. The town was established in 1878 and incorporated in 1882, and was named after John Hyden, a state senator of the time who helped form Leslie County. The mountainous terrain made the region difficult to access except by river, which was no longer the dominant form of transportation by the late 19th century, hindering growth.