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LAKESIDE FARMS FOR SALE v * ATTENTION | WALKING HORSE • IMMEDIATE POSSESSION • EXHIBITORS f June IT-IS YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE 6TH ANNUAL I JUNIOR WELFARE ASSN. One of the finest facilities available for a Tennessee Walking Horse training or breeding operation, this beautiful piece of pro­ perty is located eight (8) miles north of Guntersville, Alabama, on Highway 79. Consisting of 66 choice acres of good land with a 2-acre lake, this property has been worked to fit a horse training stable. It has an upper and a lower pasture and two riding rings, and it is all under fence. The lake is fed in summer by a pipeline from the TVA and is stocked with bream and bass. Two acres of hard­ wood trees form excellent shade for grazing stock. The main stable has 24 box stalls with a 317-foot-long riding hall. The hay loft will hold 6,000 bales of hay and each stall has an opening for easy feeding. Each stali has automatic watering. The stable is fully equipped with an automatic walker, tack rooms, cross-tie areas, etc. The stable has a 9’ x 12’ air-conditioned of­ fice with an adjoining dressing room. Extra buildings include an enclosed area for tractors and additional equipment, and another building for brood mares and colts. Trainer’s or manager’s residence contains three bedrooms, bath, living room, and kitchen-dining area with air conditioner. Central heating uses natural gas. Pure water is supplied by a modern well pump. The home is four years old. YOUR INSPECTION IS INVITED - FACILITIES EXCELLENT FOR WALKING HORSE TRAINING OR BROOD MARE OPERA­ TION - IN MIDDLE OF MOST ACTIVE HORSE SHOW AREA IN THE COUNTRY - FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: I \ y. Owned By Southern Newspapers, Inc. Route 4, Box 98 Phone 582-3281 Guntersville, Ala. ay, 1966 ALABAMA ALABAMA’S GREATEST outdoor * * Over $5,00 total in prize money and trophies * An A. H. S. A. Show * * * * * MEMBER OF MID-SOUTH Member of Mid-South Horse Show Association and Alabama Horsemen’s Association * * * WALKING HORSE JUDGE: Hon. Lawrence Snelson Jackson, Tennessee % * STEWARD Mr. Eddie Eggert * * ANNOUNCER Mr. Pete Yokley y. <• CHARITY HORSE SHOW :j: * * Contact Curtis DeLamar, day or night Phone 582-3281 TUSCALOOSA •I* horse show Classes for Walking Horses, Saddle Horses, Hunters, Roadsters, and Pleasure Horses. For Complete Information Contact: MRS. DWIGHT MORGAN Box 28 • Phone 752-1746 Tuscaloosa, Alabama Don’t miss this show in beautiful and historic Tuscaloosa” 37