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Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Searcy, AR
This team (2 horses) is an experianced team and ready to race. One 6, one 7 year old, both geldings, 16. 1 hands Registared with Jockey Club, Neg. Coggins, Well Kept. These horses hitch and pull the best. Wife has injury , unable to race. Copy of Registration Papers, Pictures, Neg. Coggins, etc. , available on request. This is a well kept, well matched team that can be saddled and ridden if desired. These horse are very well housed, fed, and cared for. This team raced well at the Chuckwagon Races in Clinton, Ar and sat well in their class. They pulled a classic wagon. Call for specific birthdates
About Searcy, AR
Originally named White Sulphur Springs, the town's name was changed in 1837, two years after White County was created. The state changed the county seat name to honor Richard Searcy (1794-1832), a prominent Arkansas Legislator. The town contained a health spa from its conception until 1820, when the alum, chalybeate, and white sulphur springs for which the spa was known dried up. Israel Moore, who had traveled west from Philadelphia, was in charge of laying out Searcy's original streets, and "he proceeded to name the major streets of Searcy for those of downtown Old Philadelphia near Independence Hall; Race, Arch, Market, Vine, Spring, and the tree-honoring streets of Cherry, Spruce, Locust and Pine." In 1957, Searcy named Moore Street after the 19th-century founder. Spring Street also has a namesake in Old City Philadelphia, but along with downtown Searcy's Spring Park, this refers to the early history of the Searcy area, when the community was known as White Sulphur Springs.