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CF First Black Out
5 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Saddlebred Stallion at Stud in Tenino, WA
CF First Black Out He is sired by CF First Night Out, who is by WC WGC CH Night Prowler, by WC Status Symbol His dam is Black Madness, sired by Georgetown, by WC WGC CH Yorktown This long necked black stallion trots square off all 4 corners and has been producing futurity winning colts as well as winners in all performance divisions for the Northeast region of the country for several years. We are pleased to now be standing him to the public here in the Pacific Northwest. Private Treaty, LFG
About Tenino, WA
The origin of the name Tenino, used by the Northern Pacific Railroad for their station when they arrived in 1872, has been debated for over a century. Recent research published in The Naming of Tenino by the Tenino City Historian, Rich Edwards, chronicles the visit of the Pacific Coast Committee in early October 1872. This committee, including railroad President Cass, traveled up the Columbia River on steamboats of the Oregon Steam Navigation Company. Earlier that year, the Northern Pacific Railroad had purchased controlling interest in the OSN as part of their goal to connect their Kalama to Puget Sound line, then under construction, to their transcontinental railroad being built westward from Minnesota. On October 12, 1872, at a meeting in Portland, Oregon where John Ainsworth and other officers of the OSN made a presentation about their common interests, President Cass proposed a resolution that named the momentarily Northern terminus near Hodgden's station "Tenino".