TWH Sweet & Willing Mare
6 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Albany, OR
We are looking to sell my daughters Registered TWH. 14 years old 14.3 hands Stand for farrier all four feet Crossties Bathes Good with tractors, leaf blowers, 4-wheelers, dogs etc. Natural running walk Has solid feet, no shoes required Good in the pasture (whistle and she will come) Good in the stall Gets along with other horses and tends to fall in the middle or the end Kimber is green broke, desensitized on the ground and has about 15 rides on her. She will be ready for her home in 4 months due to just foaling a couple of months ago. She would also make a great broodmare as well. I know she carries a red gene due to her foal is red (the foal’s sire has a red gene as well). She is very respectful with an experienced rider, but my daughter is just too passive for her. She definitely has slowed this mares mind down, but my daughter is a beginner and Kimber would be best suited for an intermediate rider. This mare is sweet and willing. Cons to Kimber She can be a bit herdy, but this goes away the more time you spend with her Paws when she gets impatient Can be anxious at times only when she is in the herdy phase Located in Oregon Asking $2,500.00
About Albany, OR
In the historic era, the area of the Willamette Valley that makes up modern-day Albany was inhabited by one of the tribes of the Kalapuya a Penutian-speaking, Native American people. The Kalapuya had named the area Takenah, a Kalapuyan word used to describe the deep pool at the confluence of the Calapooia and Willamette rivers. A variation of the place name can also be written as Tekenah. The Kalapuya population in the valley was between 4,000 and 20,000 before contact with Europeans, but they suffered high mortality from new infectious diseases introduced shortly afterward. The tribes were decimated by a smallpox epidemic that raged through the Pacific Northwest in 1782–83.