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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Ashland City, TN
Cowboy's Connection, "Cowboy", is a sweet four year old registered gelding that's been started on barrels. Has been to shows not afraid of crowds, cars or dogs. He's Otoe and sugar Bar bred. He will make someone a really good barrel horse. He has a lot of sense and pays attention. Keeps up under himself. Spunky and fun so not suited for a beginner. Good on trails, and no bad habits. Come ride hom and you'll love him.
About Ashland City, TN
Ashland City was created in 1856 as a county seat for the newly established Cheatham County. The county's commissioners purchased the initial 50 acres (0.20 km 2) of land (now the courthouse square) from James Lenox, and a temporary courthouse was erected shortly thereafter. The temporary structure was replaced by the present courthouse in 1869. Ashland City was officially incorporated in 1859. The first major industry in the Ashland City area was the forge operated by Montgomery Bell at the Narrows of the Harpeth, several miles to the southwest, which was established in 1818.