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Appaloosa Mare for Sale in Toppenish, WA
ABRA roan mare named Smokey Chex Olena aka (Desert Rose). Due to a single owner being diagnosed with Parkinson's, he has to downsize his foundation bred herd of horses. It breaks his heart to have to part with any of them, but he has no choice. First to be offered is Desert Rose, this beautiful girl is a 2016 model. She has greats on her papers such as Smart Chic Olena. She has a good mind and willing attitude. Currently working with saddling and ground manners. She is halter broke and trailers. Breed her or break her. She can go any direction. Text 509-830-9145 Toppenish WA
About Toppenish, WA
A driving figure in Toppenish's early development was William Leslie Shearer (October 31, 1862 – June 5, 1922). Since Toppenish had no church in 1897 Shearer obtained permission from the Northern Pacific Railroad Company and offered the freight room for religious services. Following this, he helped organize the first Methodist Church and, as trustee, was instrumental in the construction of a building that would house the church and also serve as school classrooms until a separate schoolhouse could be built. The building was completed in time for the 1898-1899 school term. After leaving the employment of the railroad, Shearer, with Frank J.