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Appaloosa Mare for Sale in Twin Falls, ID
Must sell due to the fact that I am moving to go to Graduate School! This mare is too beautiful to stay at home. She is ready to show and win for you. She was shown as a 2 year old Regionally, Nationally, and at the World Show. Top 10 at Nationals in 2 Year Old Hunter Under Saddle. "Mo" has had over ten months of professional training. She is awesome in Showmanship, started in Equitation, will easily do lead changes and Trail. She will be able to compete regionally in Western Pleasure. She is up to date on shots and shoeing. Has been riden in and out of arenas. Is at home in a stall or in the pasture. Loves baths, being groomed, hauls and clips. Settles in fast at shows. Don't miss your opportunity to own this great mare!!! I will consider any reasonable offer.
About Twin Falls, ID
Twin Falls is one of only three Idaho cities which has a council-manager form of government. The seven-member Twin Falls City Council is directly elected in non-partisan municipal elections to four-year terms. The mayor, who holds little executive power, is periodically selected among current city council members to chair meetings and is "considered the official representative of the city." City council meetings are usually held on Mondays. The city's day-to-day operations are overseen by a city manager, who is appointed by the city council. The city government through various citizen boards oversees parks and recreation, planning and zoning, sanitation and garbage collection, street maintenance, wastewater collection, and maintains police and fire departments.