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Name
CHAMP
Breed
Tennessee Walking
Gender
Gelding
Color
Palomino
Temperament
2 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
15.2 hh
Foal Date
January, 2008
Country
United States
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Ad Status
Available
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Tennessee Walking Gelding for Sale in Lewisburg, TN

See more videos here >>> https://classichorseauction.com/auctions/champ/ Here is the man, Champ! He is a beautiful palomino saddle gelding. Champ is 14-years old and stands a stout 15.2 hands. He has spent the last 9 years with his previous owners traveling year-round camping and trail riding. He is an amazing trail horse that has a super smooth walk and an extremely nice gait. He will neck rein and ride off leg commands. He can ride in the front and lead the ride or drag the rear. He will also ride out alone or in big groups. He handles all kinds of different terrain with no problem from steep hills to crossing logs to flat ground, Champ has no problem. Champ loves to ride through the creek. We have used him to gather cows here at our farm and check fences. Champ does not mind
... more» ATV’s or bicycles or even the wild game in the woods. He has a heart of gold and loves to please. He is always the first one to greet you at the gate. Champ is up-to-date on his vaccinations, dental work, and current health exam. If you are looking for a super safe trail partner for you or your family, here he is. Call me with any questions you may have. Holly Dunivan 256-338-7550.

About Lewisburg, TN

The area in which Lewisburg and Marshall County is located was long occupied by various cultures of indigenous peoples. Historic Native Americans were here when French, Spanish and English explorers entered the area. Revolutionary War veterans were given land grants in this area by the State of North Carolina for services rendered during the war followed in the 1780s. North Carolina still claimed this territory under its colonial charter, but later gave up that claim and Tennessee became an independent state. Marshall County, named in honor of the young nation's first Supreme Court Chief Justice and noted American jurist, John Marshall, was established by an act of the Tennessee General Assembly in 1836.

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