Adorable Yearling Filly!

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Name
Breed
Appendix
Gender
Mare
Color
Chestnut
Temperament
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Registry
NA
Reg Number
NA
Height
16.0 hh
Foal Date
Country
United States
Views/Searches
205/8,395
Ad Status
Unavailable
Price
$1,500

Appendix Mare for Sale in Crookston, MN

*PRICE REDUCED* This yearling filly is absolutely adorable and is currently residing at the University of Minnesota, Crookston. Whinnie has recently started with ground training, longing, and showmanship. She is very friendly, feminine, and has a wonderfully expressive face. She should mature to around 16 hh. This pretty girl is an all around prospect and should do nicely in the future under hunt seat or even western pleasure training. Whinnie's sire is the very well known Hot Diggity Joe. Joe's AQHA achievements include: World Show 6 th Senior Hunter Under Saddle, 109 Open & 172 Amateur points, he has earned over 300 AQHA points in Halter, Hunter Under Saddle, Hunt Seat Equitation, Western Pleasure, and Trail, 2002 Top Ten in the Nation, 2004 Denver Stock Show Reserve High Poi
... more»nt Open Horse. Whinnie is current on vaccines & negative coggins. Please e - mail or call for additional photos / information!

About Crookston, MN

The Crookston area was virtually unoccupied until European contact and remained little more than a hunting ground associated with the Pembina settlements until the 1860s. [ citation needed ] The land in Crookston's immediate vicinity is not connected with any verifiable Native American or European historic events or circumstances until transfer in the Treaties of Old Crossing in 1863–64. [ citation needed ] Before that, the territory now included in Crookston was part of Rupert's Land and Assiniboia before becoming part of the United States as a result of the boundary settlement in the Treaty of 1818. [ citation needed ] The Crookston area was traversed by trappers and traders, including Ojibwa and Lakota Indians, Métis, and other mixed-race people as well as white men between 1790 and 1870. A branch of the Red River Trails passed nearby; it was used by fur traders between the 1840s and 1870s.

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