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Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Louisburg, NC
2002 AQHA sorrel stallion with markings of a star and socks on hind feet. DNA typed. He is an own son of Powder River Acre and a grandson of Bob Acre Doc. On his papers is Peppy San Badger, Freckles Playboy, Doc O'lena, and Brazos Lynx. He is well bred with excellent conformation. Well mannored and no bad habits. We offer breeding to this stallion by cooled semen or live cover at our facility. You can find more on this stallion and others by visiting our website at www. hillperformancehorses. com
About Louisburg, NC
Louisburg was established in the 1770s and named in honor of King Louis XVI of France, who was aiding the American Revolution at the time. It is the birthplace of author Edwin Wiley Fuller, home of the International Whistlers Convention, and site of the last hanging in North Carolina, chronicled in the book The Day The Black Rain Fell , by William F. Shelton and James S. Warren. "Black rain" actually did fall in Louisburg in March 1900.