Leopard Appaloosa Standing At Stud
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Appaloosa Stallion at Stud in Thief River Falls, MN
Iceman's First Cross is an three year old Leopard Appaloosa stallion sired by FM Iceman. This stallion has had 90 days of training and is in the process of becoming a cutting prospect in the near future. Colors in the foals are not guaranteed. 90% of produce is colored.
About Thief River Falls, MN
Thief River Falls takes its name from a geographic feature, the falls of the Red Lake River at its confluence with the Thief River. The name of the river is a loose translation of the Ojibwe phrase Gimood-akiwi ziibi, literally, the "Stolen-land river" or "Thieving-land river", which originated when a band of Dakota Indians occupied a secret encampment along the river, hence "stealing" the land, before being discovered and routed by the neighboring Ojibwe. In the Treaty of Old Crossing of 1863, the Moose Dung's Indian Reservation was established on the west bank of the Thief River, at its confluence with Red Lake River. This Indian Reservation was dissolved in 1904 and their population incorporated as part of the Red Lake Band of Chippewa. Thief River Falls marked the limit of navigation on the Red Lake River.