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Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Athens, TN
12 year old gelding aka (scout) Anyone can ride him , he doesn’t rear ,kick or buck! Loads and unloads on a trailer.! He trail rides isn’t spooky. He’s about 15.1-15.2hands I believe he would do anything you ask him to do like barrels or poles with some work ! He loves treats and loves attention! Easy to catch doesn’t crib , or wave just all around great gelding.
About Athens, TN
The Cherokee were living in McMinn County at the time of the arrival of the first Euro-American explorers. The Athens area was situated nearly halfway between the Overhill Cherokee villages of Great Tellico to the north in Monroe County and Great Hiwassee along the Hiwassee River to the south. In 1819, the Cherokee signed the Calhoun Treaty, selling the land north of the Hiwassee (including all of modern McMinn County) to the United States. McMinn County was organized on November 13, 1819 at the home of John Walker in what is now Calhoun. The Native American village, Pumpkintown (a corruption of Potemkin town), was located on a farm about two miles east of present-day Athens.