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Paint Stallion for Sale in Oskaloosa, IA
Pepper is in need of job. Due to health I am no longer able to ride him. He needs an intermediate ridder. He loves people and is easy to handle. He loads, trims, tacks up easy, easy keeper, current on shots, worming, W / N, no joint or arthritis issues. He gets along well with all others on the trail. He likes to have a buddy, but has been ridden alone in the past. With a few weeks of riding he will be back in shape. He can be stubborn, but with a confident rider he will do fine. He has not bucked or kicked with me. He has more energy than I can handle and I can not ride him regulaly to keep him worked. He needs someone who can use him regulaly and give him a job.
About Oskaloosa, IA
Oskaloosa derives its name from Ouscaloosa who, according to town lore, was a Creek princess who married Seminole chief Osceola. A local tradition was that her name meant "last of the beautiful." (This interpretation of "last of the beautiful" is not correct. "Oskaloosa" in the Mvskoke-Creek language means "black rain," from the Mvskoke words "oske" (rain) and "lvste" (black). "loosa" is an English corruption of the Mvskoke word "lvste". See for example the Wikipedia entry for Tuskaloosa, eponym of the town of Tuscaloosa, Alabama.