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Welsh Pony Stallion for Sale in The Dalles, OR
want a git er dun fast walkin trail horse? want a horse that does whatever u want him 2 do when u point him the way? want a low - matenince, hardy, good lookin horse? love color? love pretty faces? TONTO IS ALL OF THE ABOVE! age unknown. about 17 from lookin at teeth. rears on command. call or email. dont NEED to sell, just dont need to keep him. 850 as is, 1200 with 30 days training for your chosen diciplin!dont worry about size, my 6'3" dad has atleast 40 miles on him!UPDATE - need to sell by wednesday, first person with $600 takes him
About The Dalles, OR
The site of what is now the city of The Dalles was a major Native American trading center for at least 10,000 years. The general area is one of the continent's most significant archaeological regions. Lewis and Clark camped near Mill Creek on October 25–27, 1805, and recorded the Indian name for the creek as Quenett. The name of the city comes from the French word dalle , meaning either "sluice", akin to English "dale" and German T[ h] al, "valley", or "flagstone", referring to the columnar basalt rocks carved by the river (in voyageur French used to refer to rapids), which was used by the French-Canadian employees of the North West Company to refer to the rapids of the Columbia River between the present-day city and Celilo Falls. Also in the same area was the Petite Dalles or Little Dalles, or Short Narrows.