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Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Stanton, KY
This is a very broke gelding. He travels the best he is a very fancy horse. he will stand out on a trail ride. he is much prettier in person than the picture. He has been rode many miles. he is very sweet and easy to ride. he is makred up very good he is 50 / 50. he will lead, load, clip, crosstie, bath. He gets along great with other horses. he stands to have his feet trimmed. he is a very nice horse. He is registered tennessee. 1-606-481-1***4 1-606-663-9***8 come and ride him you will love him.
About Stanton, KY
The first post office to be located in present-day Stanton was established on July 7, 1849 and was named Beaver Pond, because of the settlement's proximity to a small body of water resulting from a beaver dam. In 1852, both the post office and the settlement were renamed Stanton for Richard H. Stanton, who served in Congress from 1849 to 1855 and later as a U.S. senator. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Stanton (and nearby Clay City) were booming logging centers for Eastern Kentucky.