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Arabian Mare for Sale in Bow, WA
Classified Starlight is a been - there - done - that kind of horse with tons of spunk and willing to do anything. She qualified and competed in Eventing championships in California and did awesome despite the extreme temperatures. Pony clubbed over 4 years D1 through C3. Going Training and training some Prelim fences in eventing. Currently ridden by a C3 rider, tons of energy; yet obediant even when ridden by young D or beginner riders. (She packs my younger siblings, age 7, 11 and 12, around like a pro. ) Perfect for a smaller person wanting to jump big, but without the hasle of a big horse. Has schooled 3'7" courses and competed at 3'3" with multiple riders. Easy keeper, no vices, great, solid hooves. She's actually a Saddlebred Arabian cross w / an adorable star. sale due to owner goi
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About Bow, WA
Bow was originally known as Brownsville, after William J. Brown, who homesteaded the townsite in 1869. The advent of the railroad resulted in a population boom and the need for a post office. Apparently inspired by the growth brought by the railroad, Brown suggested the new name of Bow, after the large railway station in London, England, which in turn was named for the bow or poplar tree. Although this is the most common belief, there are some who believe it was named after homesteader James T.