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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Duluth, MN
Cinnamon is a quarterhorse - saddlebred cross, a chestnut tobiano. She's fine for green riders, but really shines with advanced. We ride western, but she seems to have English training. Tolerates loud noises, vehicles, dogs etc. Doesn't panic when she's tangled in rope, wire; just waits patiently for human to fix it. I was told she throws nice foals, but we haven't bred her. She has very flashy action and powerful takeoffs (but she doesn't bolt) . No catching problem. Shots, neg coggins up to date. Will trade for a 12-13 hand 4H pony.
About Duluth, MN
The Anishinaabe, also known as the Ojibwe or Chippewa, have inhabited the Lake Superior region for more than 500 years. They were preceded by the Dakota, Fox, Menominee, Noquet and Gros Ventre peoples [ citation needed ], whom they pushed out of the area. Already established as traders, after the arrival of Europeans, the Anishinaabe found a niche as the middlemen between the French fur traders and other Native peoples. They soon became the dominant Indian nation in the region, forcing out the Dakota Sioux and Fox and winning a victory against the Iroquois west of Sault Ste. Marie in 1662.