Belgian Warmblood Stallion
Joseph is a 17+ hand yearling stallion that has done very well in the
Tennessee Walking Stallion
This gorgeous gelding has been ridden and shown by youth and is great on
Quarter Horse Stallion
Although young, JJ demonstrates his intellegence. This young horse will
About Greenville,MO Greenville was named after Fort Greene Ville (now Greenville), Ohio, the site where General Anthony Wayne signed a treaty with the Native Americans after defeating them in the Battle of Fallen Timbers on August 20, 1794. This was the final battle of the Northwest Indian War. Wayne County was named for this military hero and Greenville was named for the place he was most famous for. Incidentally, Fort Greene Ville, Ohio, was named after Nathanael Greene, a friend of Wayne. In 1826, Greenville flooded.
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