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Appaloosa Mare for Sale in Sherwood, OR
She has a willing, sweet, and quiet disposition, very loving and easy to be around. Has a nice, smooth jog and lope, very tolerant, has had beginners on her and has been great for them. Did awesome at fair last year. Carried the flag for grand finale. Has covered many miles of trails, around Oregon and all over eastern Washington. She has wonderful ground manners, comes up to you in the pasture, leads, loads okay, ties to the trailer quietly, bathes, clips, and has no vices. This mare is extremely good minded and a quick learner. This mare has a lot of miles on her and is ready to go in any direction, will be a fun horse for just about any type of rider. To an approved home only.
About Sherwood, OR
What is now the Sherwood area was originally inhabited by the Atfalati band of the Kalapuya nation. Native Americans were relocated to reservations after the Donation Land Claim Act of 1850–55 gave American citizens exclusive ownership of these lands. The relocation process took place under the guidance of a series of federal employees, most notably Superintendent of Indian Affairs Joel Palmer, who was removed from office after being criticized for being too lenient with Indian policy. The California Gold Rush of 1849 caused a dramatic shift in the area's economy. [ citation needed ] Oregon City, Oregon is along a stretch of the Willamette River that had always been attractive to trade since prehistoric times, when trading activity was dominated by the Chinookan tribe.