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Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Acworth, GA
Sweet and sound, Adventurous was successful track winner, favorite of his trainer and has been with me, a private pleasure barn owner for the last 4 years. I am an advanced beginner rider who has trail ridden "Venture" all around N. Georgia. He has a good work ethic and responds to gentle hands. He's not cut out for the extensive trailriding that I have moved on to, his future is in ring work with individual attention, and he will excel. He has good feet, great ground manners and has never been unsound. He CANNOT jump due to an old bowed tendon injury. He is ready for a new job and I desire a buy back agreement if he doesn't work out. I will sell his collegiate sadddle to interested party for additional $200. 00
About Acworth, GA
Like the rest of Cobb County, the area now containing Acworth was carved out of the former Cherokee Nation in 1831 after the natives were expelled. The Western and Atlantic Railroad was completed through town in 1840. A watering station for the locomotives was established there. The town received its current name in 1843 from Western & Atlantic Railroad engineer Joseph L. Gregg, who named it for his hometown of Acworth, New Hampshire, which was named for the former Royal Navy Surveyor Sir Jacob Acworth.