2X RWC How Fortunate

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Name
Breed
Saddlebred
Gender
Stallion
Color
Black
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
124/7,029
Ad Status
Available
Stud Fee
$1,200

Saddlebred Stallion at Stud in Harrodsburg, KY

2x RWC How Fortunate (WGC Foxfire's Prophet x My Flame) is now being bred to outside mares. With only 15 foals on the ground, this stallions get are JUST AMAZING! He breeds BIG, SMART, GAME get that develop quickly and want to be SHOW HORSES. . His show record speaks for itself. Book before March 1 st or book multiple mares and ask about my discounts.
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About Harrodsburg, KY

Harrodstown (sometimes Harrod's Town) was laid out and founded by James Harrod on June 16, 1774. Harrod led a company of adventurers totaling thirty-one men, beginning May 1774 in Pennsylvania, down the Monongahela and Ohio rivers in canoes and through a series of other rivers and creeks to the town's present-day location. Later that same year, amid Dunmore's War, Lord Dunmore dispatched two men to warn the surveyors of intimated Shawnee attacks, Daniel Boone and Michael Stoner, who are said to have completed the round trip of eight hundred miles in 64 days ; the settlement was abandoned as a result and resettled the following year by March. It was one of three settlements in present day Kentucky at the time the Thirteen Colonies declared independence in 1776, along with Logan's Fort and Boonesborough. Also known as Oldtown, Harrodstown was the first seat of Virginia's Kentucky (1776), Lincoln (1780), and Mercer (1785) counties upon their formations.

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