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Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Lawrenceville, GA
Sweetest TWH you'll ever meet. Naturally gaited and smooth. Would be good for any rider. I have had him since I was in middle school and now must sell due to college costs. He is a steady trail mount, but can and will do anything for you. He's been shown in flat - shod gaited classes and took 1 st every time. He has also been evented over cross - country and stadium jumps. He aims to please. He has excellent ground manners and stands like an angel for the farrier. Loads, clips, and bathes. Has no bad habbits, and is a very easy keeper. He is a SMART cookie. He learns very quickly. He has tricks too. . . . he bows and gives kisses and loves to show off!! He's full of "personality" but stays out of trouble and other horses' ways. I have never had a problem with his
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About Lawrenceville, GA
Lawrenceville was incorporated by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on December 15, 1821. This makes Lawrenceville the second oldest city in the metropolitan Atlanta area. The city is named after Commodore James Lawrence, commander of the frigate Chesapeake during the War of 1812. Lawrence, a native of New Jersey, is probably best known today for his dying command, "Don't give up the ship!" William Maltbie, the town's first postmaster, suggested the name of "Lawrenceville." In 1821, a permanent site for the county courthouse was selected and purchased, the four streets bordering the square were laid out along with other streets in the village, and a public well was dug. Major Grace built the first permanent courthouse, a brick structure, in 1823–24 for a cost of $4,000.