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Pinto Stallion for Sale in Cowiche, WA
Full brother to point earner GS My Sir Prize. Chrome is a tall upright flashy 1 / 2 arab registered Pinto gelding. Has a champion pedigree. Should take you far. I have no room for a gelding.
About Cowiche, WA
The first inhabitants of the area were the Tkai'waichash-hlama, a band or tribe of Native American people who lived along Cowiche Creek. The area was settled in the late nineteenth century by farmers who relied upon crops that did not require irrigation, such as wheat, barley, rye, and grazing cattle. Homesteading in Cowiche was difficult since fields had to be cleared of volcanic rock before they could be tilled and there was little rainfall in summer. In 1906, construction began on the Tieton Irrigation Project, a division of the broader Yakima Project. Irrigation water became available in 1907, and shortly thereafter, orchards began to replace wheatfields.