2002 Maine Horse Assoc. State Champion
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Waterville, ME
Great All Around Champion. AQHA Resister of Merit. State 2002 MHA Champion and Reserve Champion & Bronze , Hunter Under Saddle, Western Pleasure and Halter. Was asking much more, but due to rear leg injury have lowered the asking price. Is doing arena work, ground work & trails, but will miss one show season. Excellent horse that knows her job. Has been ridden by both experienced adults and young children. Serious Inquiries Only. ~~
About Waterville, ME
The area now known as Waterville was once inhabited by the Canibas tribe of the Abenaki people. Called "Taconnet" after Chief Taconnet, the main village was located on the east bank of the Kennebec River at its confluence with the Sebasticook River at what is now Winslow. Known as "Ticonic" by English settlers, it was burned in 1692 during King William's War, after which the Canibas tribe abandoned the area. Fort Halifax was built by General John Winslow in 1754, and the last skirmish with indigenous peoples occurred on May 18, 1757. The township would be organized as Kingfield Plantation, then incorporated as Winslow in 1771.