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Equine Obituary-Eb's Black Charger

Eb's Black Charger was laid to rest on December 31, 2006.  Born May 9, 1980 the black, turned gray stallion was a true definition of the Tennessee Walking Horse.  He left his mark on many throughout the industry, from the many trainers and riders who shared in his success, the breeders who have raised his offspring, and to the many fans who have cheered him on during so many appearances. His showring career is highlighted with wins that include the 1985 Amateur Specialty Stallion World Champion, 1986 Reserve World Grand Champion, 1990 International Champion, and 2001 Classic Horse World Champion, which would mark his final performance and retirement at the age of twenty-one. 

    "Charger" as he was affectionately known, was very special to so many in each there own way.  There is always someone with a story of how they have played a part in his life and I'm sure that we have all been blessed for the time that he was here with us.  He was loved by many and will be missed by all. 

 He was owned by Triple "T" Investments and stood at Donald Todd Stables in Richmond, KY. 

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