Family Horse! Sweet and Gentle!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Mare for Sale in Camas, WA
Foster mare needs permanent home. Sweet, willing, quiet. Easy to groom, lead, lounge, saddle, mount. Loves people and attention. Follows you anywhere! No history - possible laminitis as filly may require shoes for hard / extensive riding. Perfectly fit and healthy for riding, no lameness, limp, gimp, etc. Greenbroke, ready for rider to take her into the world! She would be great for a family as she has ponied young children (her only job!) but is big enough for adults to ride and enjoy. Needs someone with time to put her under saddle a bit longer - a solid month more should do it. She has an amazing disposition and will make a great friend for the whole family. Come check her out - you will fall in love!
About Camas, WA
Officially incorporated on June 18, 1906, the city is named after the camas lily, a plant with an onion-like bulb prized by Native Americans. At the west end of downtown Camas is a large Georgia-Pacific paper mill from which the high school teams get their name, "the Papermakers". A paper mill was first established in the city in 1883 with the support of Henry Pittock, a wealthy entrepreneur from England who had settled in Portland, Oregon, where he published The Oregonian . Pittock's LaCamas Colony bought 2,600 acres in 1883, forming the Columbia River Paper Company the following year to begin production in 1885, before merging with Oregon City's Crown Paper Company to form Crown Columbia Paper in 1905. Converting from steam to electricity in 1913, it then merged with Willamette Paper in 1914 and then again in 1928 with Zellerbach Paper to become the largest paper company on the west coast, Crown Zellerbach.