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Appaloosa Mare for Sale in Manitowoc, WI
Here is a very pretty chestnut blanketed filly that looks hunt horse all the way. Nice head, very long neck and lots of leg. Twice The Twist is going to be 16 hands or better. She has a extra heavy long mane and a very thick long tail. Sired by leopard National Champion Halter Stallion Skip Go Grand by World & Nat'l champion Skip Bright and Prince Mirage World & Nat'l Champion halter mare. Dam is Producing granddaughter of Prince Plaudit and Sonny Bar T. She will be great in hunter in hand and moves like a rider.
About Manitowoc, WI
Purported to mean dwelling of the great spirit, Manitowoc derived its name from either the Anishinaabe language word manidoowaak(wag), meaning spirit-spawn(s), or manidoowaak(oog), meaning spirit-wood(s), or manidoowak(iin), meaning spirit-land(s). [ failed verification ] In the Menominee language, it is called Manetōwak, which means "place of the spirits". The Menominee ceded this land to the United States in the 1836 Treaty of the Cedars, following years of negotiations over how to accommodate the Oneida, Stockbridge-Munsee, and Brothertown peoples who had been removed from New York to Wisconsin. In 1838, an act of the Territorial Legislature separated Manitowoc County from Brown County, keeping the native name for the region. The first Europeans in the area were French fur traders who arrived in 1673.