Emergency - Must Sell Immediately
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Appaloosa Mare for Sale in West Linn, OR
1997 ApHC Mare. 15. 3 HH 1200# Blue Roan Thoroughly sound No Vices. Training includes. English and Western Pleasure. 4H Lessons Basic Jumping Basic Dressage Has been ridden in roping practice. Has been used for penning Reining Commands Strengths: Incredibly Willing and Able Near Perfect Confirmation Calm and intelligent Loving and Caring Ground Ties Clips / Bathes / Loads / Hauls - No Problems Loves Attention Loves Kids Easy Keeper Athletically Gifted Easy to train for new things NO BAD ATTITUDES. Current trainer had put over 7 months of constant work into her and suggested we sell her $10, 000 and if we had to and push came to shove take no less that $6, 000. We are in an emergency situation and I will sacrifice her for $3500. 00 FIRM. Contact Chris @ 503-638-9***3 Horse standing in West Linn, OR ~~~~
About West Linn, OR
Prior to settlement by Oregon pioneers, the area which became known as West Linn was the home of ancestors of some of the present-day Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon. Major Robert Moore was an early settler arriving in 1839—before the Champoeg Meetings—having been the senior member of the first attempt to create an American state in Oregon, the Peoria Party. Sometime after journeying around the Willamette Valley and Columbia Basin, Moore bought title to approx. 1,000 acres (400 ha) on the west side of Willamette Falls, across the Willamette River from Oregon City, from a local Native American chief, [ vague ] on which he platted a town he called "Robin's Nest" in early 1843. [ citation needed ] He also filed a provisional claim with the then government of the Oregon Country, not knowing if his transaction would be honored by the eventual governing laws.