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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Stallion at Stud in Greeneville, TN
This stallion has these GREATS showing on his Pedigree ('64 WGC) GLL'S CARBON COPY. . . son of ('59 WGC) ROGER'S PERFECTION) ('78 WGC) MARK OF CARBON ('89 WGC) MOTOWN MAGIC ('95 WGCMS) MARK GRANDY. . . also (#2 TWH STALLION in 2004) ALL TIME #1 WALKER & (multi WC & WGC) PRIDES GENERATOR (sire of 2303 foals) (WC) PRIDE'S PEDDLER BH + PRIDE OF MIDNIGHT H. F. (sired 1, 703 foals) BUD ENGLAND (famous palomino stud) "GEN'S PEYTON MANNING" is putting a solid four beat gait & strong head bob on ALL his foals even ones from grade mares. VERY gentle to work with & passing his temperment to his foals. 15. 3 HH bare hoofed. $150 STUD FEE. No booking fee, LFG: Coggins Required. You pay the cost & shipping if you wish shipped semen. Please view our web site for pictures, pedigrees & facts.
... more» Has produced to date, 2 palomino fillies, 1 palomino colt, a black roan filly, a red roan sabino filly, a chestnut filly, 2 chestnut colts, a flaxen mane / tail colt & a bl / w sabino tobiano filly.
About Greeneville, TN
Native Americans were hunting and camping in the Nolichucky Valley as early as the Paleo-Indian period (c. 10,000 B.C.). A substantial Woodland period (1000 B.C. - 1000 A.D.) village existed at the Nolichucky's confluence with Big Limestone Creek (now part of Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park). By the time the first Euro-American settlers arrived in the area in the late 18th century, the Cherokee claimed the valley as part of their hunting grounds.