4H Youth Or Quite Weekend Trail Rides
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Mare for Sale in Punxsutawney, PA
Great! 4H youth show mare. She does Western Pleasure, Trail Class, and Showmanship. She has also had lots of time out on the trail. Would be great for youth or adult who likes quite weekend trail rides. Anyone can ride. She is being used as a lesson horse until sold. She hauls , stands for ferrier, & clips. She has had lots of Natural Horsemanship Training. She walks, jogs, lopes, backs, sidepasses, halfpasses, turns on haunches & forhand. She has full body control form the ground & undersaddle. She walks over teeter totter bridges, tarps, thru gauntlets, you can open go thru, & close gates with her. You can handle a rope off her & drag things. You can't go wrong with this mare. Call Pam 814- 939-9***8 or e - mail williamew***@wildblue. net
About Punxsutawney, PA
Shawnee wigwam villages once occupied this site on the Mahoning Creek. The first settlement that included non-indigenous people was in 1772, when Reverend John Ettwein, a Moravian Church missionary, arrived with a band of 241 Christianized Delaware Indians. Swarms of gnats plagued early settlers and their livestock for years, and are blamed for Ettwein's failure to establish a permanent settlement there. The clouds of biting gnats eventually drove the Indians away. The Indians called the insects ponkies (living dust and ashes), and called their village Ponkis Utenink (land of the ponkies), from which the present name Punxsutawney evolved.