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3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Stallion for Sale in Kingdom City, MO
Gizmo is a jewel! Keeps his stall neat, he clips, tacks, hauls, shoes with ease. Bloodlines include Hank Williams, Prides Generator. We have a couple of his colts here for you to look at. One is the smoothest riding walker I have been on and gentle as they come, the other is still a 6 month old colt, but we have high hopes! Come take a look, we are no longer breeding and he would make a great addition if you want to raise some Palomino babies. Will send pictures upon request. 1-573-220-2607, 1-573-642-5150
About Kingdom City, MO
Kingdom City has its origins in the building of US Route 40 in 1925, at the same time US Route 54 was being planned with the intention of intersecting US 40 somewhere along the route. The city of Fulton had hoped for US 40 to go from Columbia through Fulton and intersect US 54 in their city, but the final decision had the highways intersect in what would become Kingdom City, which was then just a rural farm and forested area south of McCredie. McCredie residents fought so hard for the highway that they staged a parade through the heart of Fulton with banners that read " 54-40 or Fight". When the road was being built and huge numbers of workers were brought in to do the work, McCredie became a boom town, with future Kingdom City receiving its first gas station and a two-story hotel, which (however) burned down in 1930. Since the area had no name at the time the intersection was referred to only as the "Y", with people in Fulton wanting to name it "North Fulton" and the people in McCredie naming it "South McCredie".