great little barrel pony , has the get up and go but will also go slow,
Phantom is very gentle! She is a sorrel with white on both sides of her sto..
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.
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