Cutting, Working Cow, Reining, Penning
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Mare for Sale in Monroe, WA
Twist is a very athletic mare that needs someone to take her somewhere! Very willing, loves to please. Loads, ties, clips, hauls, bathes. She loves to work cows, has 8 months of Cutting training. Will trail ride, doesn't spook easily. Has been sorted off of, could be a great penner. She has a nice solid stop and is figuring out her turn around - she could also make a reiner or nice working cow horse. Must see to appreciate.
About Monroe, WA
The confluence of the Skykomish and Snoqualmie rivers had originally belonged to the indigenous Skykomish tribe, who predominantly occupied the area between modern-day Monroe and Index. The confluence itself was known as Tualco ( Lushootseed: squa'lxo), and a nearby Skykomish village named S'dodohobc acted as a trade post between several Coast Salish groups. The land around the confluence was cleared into a prairie and used to cultivate berries, hazelnuts, and other plants. The Skykomish were among the tribes to sign the Treaty of Point Elliott in 1855, effectively ceding their traditional territories, including the Tulaco and confluence areas. The area around modern-day Monroe was surveyed by George B.