15 Hand Black Arabian, Proven Broodmare|
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Arabian Mare for Sale in West Richland, WA
Raylee has been used as a broodmare most of her life. She throws big, correct, flashy, and so far all black foals. Big, full bodied mare. She has scars on her hind legs and an indentation on her side. She is well mannered on the ground, but has apparently never been anyones pet. No breeding or foaling problems and she is a terrific mother. I was told she was started under saddle at one time, but she would need to be started over I think. Bay - Abi, Bask, Fa - Serr, Ibn Moniet El Nefous, Fa - Turf, Starziz in pedigree. Lots of black in pedigree. ~
About West Richland, WA
The original people of the region were the Chemnapum Indians (closely related to the Wanapum tribe), living near the mouth of the Yakima River. Lewis and Clark passed through the area in 1805, and an expedition of the Army Corps of Topographical Engineers headed by Robert E Johnson mapped the Yakima Valley in 1841. In 1853, a road was authorized by Congress to pass through the Yakima valley, and passed through present-day West Richland - but settlement did not really begin until the late 1870s. The first schoolhouse was built in 1896 on the Van Horn Property just south of what is now Van Giesen Street. Benton County was created in 1905, Richland was incorporated in 1906, and the West Richland area was known as 'Lower Yakima'.