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Tennessee Walking Stallion at Stud in Frankfort, KY
\"HE'S GOT A TOUCH OF GREY\". this horse is the best I have ever owned. he is a master on the trail. I have started chainsaws off his back to clear trails throwed buckets under him, he is solid in every way. This stud fee of $500. 00 will not last long, so act now for a horse of with good nature, color & bloodlines.
About Frankfort, KY
The town of Frankfort likely received its name from an event that took place in the 1780s. American Indians attacked a group of early European-American pioneers from Bryan Station, who were making salt at a ford in the Kentucky River. Pioneer Stephen Frank was killed, and the settlers thereafter called the crossing " Frank's Ford". This name was later elided to Frankfort. In 1786, James Wilkinson purchased the 260-acre (110 ha) tract of land on the north side of the Kentucky River, which developed as downtown Frankfort.