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Paint Stallion for Sale in Wapato, WA
APHA registerd, Lucky is going to reach about 15. 1 hh and has his sires easy goingdisposition. His dam, Shez Oso Good, was used on trails and for drill team. His sire, King Scotch Jubele, has done about every ranch chore you can think of, and the kids used him for playdays. Lucky crosses water, clips, leads, ties and is good about having his feet handled and loves attention. His dam goes back to Lucky Straw. His sire is coming up on 29 years old, and has been one of the soundest, healthest horses we've had. This could be one of his last colts, so don't miss your chance!
About Wapato, WA
The town was founded in 1885 by Indian Postmaster Alexander McCredy as a railroad stop on the Northern Pacific Railroad as Simcoe, Washington. The Dawes Severalty Act of 1887 made it legal for the Yakama Indian Nation to sell their lands, and began to draw settlers into the area. With the construction of the Irwin Canal in 1896, agriculture became the big business in town. In the early 1900s, McCredy and George Rankin established the Wapato Development Company and laid out the town site. They established the town's first bank and began selling lots.