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Miniature Mare for Sale in Fremont, WI
Diva is appy bred top and bottom, shows homozygous appaloosa characteristics (should produce lots of color!) , she is A / R registered, measured 29. 75 at a show May 2006. She is refined, leggy, has a high - stepping, tail flagging, ground covering trot, she is beauty in motion! UTD on everything. Diva has show experience, stands perfectly square for halter! She is a love - bug / puppy, will beg for more scratches. Loves to be by people, comes looking for attention! Show her now, breed her later, she will be a key asset in any miniature appaloosa project! Photos and pedigree available on website http: / / minihoofbeatsminis. tripod. com please e - mail for current photos!
About Fremont, WI
This area is of the traditional home of the Menominee and Potawatomi peoples. In the Menominee language it is known as Penāēwīkoh, "partridge place". It was ceded by the Menominee to the United States in the 1836 Treaty of the Cedars, following years of negotiations between the Menominee, Ho-Chunk, and United States over how to accommodate the Oneida, Stockbridge-Munsee, and Brothertown peoples who were being removed from New York to Wisconsin. The Potawatomi had been forced to cede all of their lands in Wisconsin in 1833 due to poverty and in spite of their support of the United States in the Black Hawk War. Now that the United States owned the land, white American settlement could begin in Penāēwīkoh.