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Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Surprise, AZ
Rhett has good manners and stands quietly for the farrier. He has a nice smooth gait. He clips, loads, leads, he is sound, and has no vices. He loves to be out on the trail. Will follow other horse or will lead loves to run and fun to ride. Due to my husband illness he can no longer ride. Rhett is a great horse he doesent bite, kick buck or rear. He is current on all shots, including west nile and worming and his feet were just done. Rhett is a great horse that wants a job to do you could take him in any direction you want.
About Surprise, AZ
The city was founded in 1938 by Flora Mae Statler, who named it Surprise as she "would be surprised if the town ever amounted to much". Surprise officials previously thought the city was founded by Statler's husband, real estate developer and state legislator Homer C. Ludden, but in 2010 property records were discovered which listed Statler owning the land before she met Ludden. Although there were only a few houses and a gas station on the one-square-mile (1.6 km) parcel of land when it was subdivided to build inexpensive houses for agricultural workers, Surprise has experienced tremendous growth in the years since. It incorporated into a city in 1960, the townsite being bounded by Greenway Road on the south, El Mirage Road on the east, Bell Road on the north, and Dysart Road on the west.