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Saddlebred Mare for Sale in La Crosse, WI
She's the Tattle Tale is a black, registered saddlebred mare. 6 years old, 15 hands. Would make a great addition to any saddlebred program and especially for a sporthorse program. Nice short back with an elegant neck and head. Greenbroke Can be bred to a reg. palomino saddlebred stallion for a 2007 foal. Very willing to neg. price right now
About La Crosse, WI
The first Europeans to see the site of La Crosse were French fur traders who traveled the Mississippi River in the late 17th century. There is no written record of any visit to the site until 1805, when Lt. Zebulon Pike mounted an expedition up the Mississippi River for the United States. Pike recorded the location's name as "Prairie La Crosse." The name originated from the game with sticks that resembled a bishop's crozier or la crosse in French, which was played by Native Americans there. The first white settlement at La Crosse occurred in 1841 when Nathan Myrick, a New York native, moved to the village at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin to work in the fur trade.