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Spotted Saddle Stallion for Sale in Salem, AL
Looking for the perfect trail horse? Baby is it! He will walk slowly with the quarter horses and will move out with the gaited horses. He neck reins, crosses water, go over bridges, and up / down hills all day long, stands quietly on picket line all night. He is an experienced trail horse that is not afraid of dogs, traffic, 4- wheelers, etc. He gets along with other horses fine, he ties, loads, clips, bathes, stand quietly for shoeing, backs out of a trailer easily, he has been in our local parades. He is up to date on shots, worming and Coggins; he is in shape and ready to ride. To an approved home only! More pictures available. call 706 718 3***4
About Salem, AL
Salem was first settled in 1835, and grew rapidly for the next two decades. Salem incorporated in 1846 and quickly became one of the area's largest cities. However, a fire which engulfed the town in 1854 and the subsequent Civil War resulted in the collapse of the town's government, and rapid depopulation. Salem lost a bid to be the county seat of the newly formed Lee County in 1865, and then saw its charter become inactive in the following decades. Today, Salem is a small unincorporated community of a few hundred.