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Saddlebred Mare for Sale in Madisonville, KY
Champagne Abby is registered as a chestnut but shows a light chestnut with a dorsal stripe which along with her chrome which stands you out in a crowd. She is a tall, refined beauty that is doing very well in country pleasure and fully finished for another rider to take her from here she is currently being shown. She seems to think she wants to do 3 gaited also so she will be shown 3 gaited at the next show and see how she does. This mare is out of a hot blood line and will not fizz out until much later in life. She is also in a set and shod. Her personality is wonderful and easy to work around and nothing phases her. Oh yeah and she loves nerds candy. She'll do anything for nerds.
About Madisonville, KY
Madisonville was founded in 1807 and named for Secretary of State James Madison. It was named the seat of Hopkins County in 1808 and formally incorporated in 1810. Hopkins County and Madisonville were divided by the Civil War. Union supporters joined a regiment recruited locally by James Shackleford; Al Fowler recruited Confederate troops. The courthouse in Madisonville was burned by Confederates led by Gen.