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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Wiscasset, ME
Little Miss Additude (Addy) is 7 yrs. old & 14. 2 hh. Loves trails or back yard riding. has barrel raced, but doesn't like it. VERY MARE - ISH AT TIMES. not good for unsupervised / inexperienced people / kids. hops a little, doesnt buck. UTD on Coggins, feet, worming, & shots. pastured with 7 other horses. great barn / pasture manners & good with other horses. loves treats & knows some tricks too! not really the "lovey" horse you would think she is. small in height, but lots of muscle & bone. GREAT FEET. no need for shoes. will ride on anything. trot & canter is comfortable. email me at barrelrace***@yahoo. com For PHOTOS & MORE INFO!!
About Wiscasset, ME
Author Lea Wait has written an ongoing series of children’s novels that are set in Wiscasset, including: Stopping to Home, set in 1806 (Named a Smithsonian Magazine Notable Children’s Book); Seaward Born (1805, the setting of this book moved from Charleston, NC to Boston, MA to Wiscasset); Wintering Well (1820); Finest Kind (1838); and Uncertain Glory (1861). Wiscasset is one of many important Maine settings in The Moosepath Saga by Van Reid, an ongoing series of historical novels taking place in the late 1890s and including Cordelia Underwood, or the Marvelous Beginnings of the Moosepath League, which was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. In these tales of adventure and humor, events by turns perilous and comic occur in Wiscasset, including the hunt for an escaped circus bear and a pursuit and gun battle on the Sheepscott River off the shores of the town. Certain historic homes and landmarks, including the Old Jail, form part of the settings; and at least two characters – County Sheriff Charles Piper and Jailer Seth Patterson - are based on real people. The books in the series in which Wiscasset plays an important part are Cordelia Underwood, or the Marvelous Beginnings of the Moosepath League; Mollie Peer, or the Underground Adventure of the Moosepath League; and Daniel Plainway, or the Holiday Haunting of the Moosepath League.