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Quarter Pony Mare for Sale in Bonners Ferry, ID
3 month old dun paint colt 100. 00, 3 month old sorrel with 4 white socks filly 200. 00, 1 yr old chesnut / 1 white sock filly 300. 00, 1 black coltand sorrel colt 6 month 100. 00. all are halter broke. all were rescued from starvation, and miss handleing. they are ready to go to loving homes. would make a little girl or boy happy. can send pics. the prises are what i have in vet bills and special feed. prices are nego. d~~~ ~~l~~~
About Bonners Ferry, ID
When gold was discovered in the East Kootenays of British Columbia in 1863, thousands of prospectors from all over the West surged northward over a route that became known as the Wildhorse Trail. Edwin Bonner, a merchant from Walla Walla, Washington, established a ferry in 1864 where the trail crossed the broad Kootenai River. In 1875, Richard Fry, and his Sinixt wife, Justine Su-steel Fry, leased the business, but the location retained the name of the original founder and later became the town of Bonners Ferry. Before the gold rush, only a few visitors had come to the region; one of the first was explorer David Thompson, a cartographer for the North West Company. Thompson and four fellow fur traders arrived in 1808 to trade with the Lower Kootenais.