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Thoroughbred Gelding for Sale in Phenix City, AL
I have had Finn for about a year. I am only selling him because I am going back to school and I no longer want to pay upkeep for two horses. Finn is a fantastic horse. I used him for trail riding. The lady I purchased him from trained him using Clinton Anderson techniques. I do not believe he has ever been used for anything else. He is easy to catch, stands tied, stands to be saddled, goes through water/mud, goes over logs, and does not spook easily. If you have a slant load or stock trailer, he practically loads himself. I'm not sure how he does with straight load. He would be a perfect horse for a someone learning to ride. I have never had any issues with him trying to buck/rear. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions.
About Phenix City, AL
What some claim was the last battle of the Civil War took place in Phenix City, then known as Girard. What is Phenix City today initially began as two towns bordering each other on the North and South. On the south side was Girard, in Russell County, and the town of Brownville, on the north side, which was entirely within Lee County. Because a community in Tuscaloosa County already claimed the name of Brownville, the post office insisted on the name of "Lively." To compound the confusion, the nearby railroad depot was called Knight's Station. Because residents preferred Brownville, on the 1880 U.S.