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Haflinger Stallion for Sale in Cookeville, TN
Pair of registered haflingers. They were broke and worked by the Amish for 10 yrs. They will work to a wagon, disk, slide, anything really. Have been used to plant corn etc. I was told when I bought them they rode but I have not tried them since I have had them. Rose is 14 yrs old 13.3 hands and will work single or double. She will do anything you ask her to do. She is easy to get along with really sweat. She is the calmer one out of the two. Tess is 13 yrs old 14 hands and has mostly been worked double but can be worked single if you want her to but she is a little fast. She is pretty easy to get along with as well just a little more hyper than Rose. She has also been DNA tested. They both have excellent ground manners, lead, load, tie, clip, etc. without any problems. They wi
... more»ll both back off the trailer. Both are mares, I have owned them for about a yr and a half only reason for selling is because I have decided to switch to bigger horses. Make offer! Asking $3800 for the pair. Harness not included and will not separate. Fill free to ask any questions. Call or text 9316447933 see video and more pictures at https://youtu.be/G_ogcfiSRBg
About Cookeville, TN
Cookeville is named for Richard Fielding Cooke, who came to Tennessee in 1810 and settled nearby. Cooke was twice elected to the state senate, and was influential in establishing Putnam County. Cookeville was chosen as the county seat because it had a spring which provided water to the community. In 1856, Cookeville's first courthouse was erected. It burned a few years later and was rebuilt.