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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Centreville, AL
Winchester was rescued over a year ago from a bad situation, he was starved. We went on a 3 hr trail ride this weekend and I put a novice on him and he dis great. I bought him 4 months ago and he has come a long way. He is very sweet, doesn't kick or bite, rides pretty good (doesn't neck rein) , wears blanket with no problems, progressing with the farrier (still scared) , feet are in pretty good shape. I would like for him to go to a caring home where he has buddies. He gets along well with others, he is in the pasture with 3 other horses. UTD on all shots / worming and negative coggins. Not under weight. Just needs a caring family to be patient with him. Will consider all offers, need to find him a home ASAP. May call 205-410-6***2
About Centreville, AL
The Cahaba River falls near Centreville, which made the town a strategic location for transportation through the region. The first post office in Bibb County was established in Centreville in 1821. Sarah Willis Chotard obtained a patent for land in this area in 1823 and began moving squatters off the land and laid out a plot for the new town of Centreville. In 1829, Centreville became the permanent seat for Bibb County after several years of debate and different locations of the county courthouse, and the town was incorporated in 1832. Centreville's historic district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.