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Paint Mare for Sale in Corvallis, OR
All offers will be considered on this beautiful dappled buckskin filly! "Flashy" has the movement to make an exceptional dressage, hunter, or all - around prospect, and is sure to be a standout in the show ring! She has a big trot, with lots of suspension. Should mature about 15. 2h. Flashy loads, hauls, clips, and is current on vaccinations, hoof care and deworming. She is beginning ground work for under saddle training. Flashy bridles, saddles, lounges, free lounges, and has began learning showmanship maneuvers (sidepassing, haunch turns, forehand turns, backing, etc. ) She is doing very well with her training, is eager to please and a joy to work with! Flashy has the look, movement and disposition to excel in the show ring!
About Corvallis, OR
In October 1845, Joseph C. Avery arrived in Oregon from the east. Avery took out a land claim at the mouth of Marys River, where it flows into the Willamette River, and in June 1846 took up residence there in a log cabin hastily constructed to hold what seemed a potentially lucrative claim. Avery's primitive 1846 dwelling was the first home within the boundaries of today's Corvallis and his land claim included the southern section of the contemporary city. Avery was quickly joined by other settlers along the banks of the Willamette River, including a 640-acre claim directly to his north taken in September 1846 by William F.