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Tennessee Walking Stallion at Stud in Othello, WA
Bitterbrush Walkers proudly offers for your consideration. . . . Calta Coppernicus! Cappy has a natural loose running walk in the pasture as well as under saddle with a fantastic head nod and over stride. He enjoys being ridden and has a sound, even temperament. Cappy is very confident, self assured and his iridescent, deep gold color is just a wonderful bonus. Calta Coppernicus is siring foals with outstanding dispositions and gait. His foals are also, very colorful. The colors include Cremello, Smoky Cream, Palomino, Bay, Black & Chestnut depending on the mare color. Many have beautiful dapples.
About Othello, WA
The first white settlers in the area were two brothers, Ben and Sam Hutchinson, who built a cabin along the Crab Creek in 1884. An influx of homesteaders began after the start of the 20th century, and a post office was established in 1904. The post office was named Othello after a post office also called Othello in Roane County, Tennessee. The Chicago, Milwaukee, & St. Paul Railroad ran a track through Adams County in 1907.