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Paint Mare for Sale in Beaver Dam, WI
"Fancy", with some work she would make someone a very nice show horse, something to get you noticed. great at home or until she settles in at a new place and would make a good horse for an intermidiate rider. She would need an experienced horse person if you would plan on taking her out in the field or to shows. Fancy is good though in indoor arenas at new places, just gets nervous outside. She has a great and smooth w / t / c and good over jumps. At home she is good in an enclosed outdoor and indoor. If I had the time and money to put her in training I would keep her. I need something that is 15. 3+ well broke, laid back, and a been there done that kinda of horse. She would make a great project / show horse for someone with sometime. MAY TRADE
About Beaver Dam, WI
Beaver Dam was first settled by Thomas Mackie and Joseph Goetschius in 1841, and by 1843 had a population of almost 100. The city was named for an old beaver dam located in a stream flowing into Beaver Dam River. The area had also been known as Okwaanim, Chippewa for beaver dam. The community was incorporated as a city on March 18, 1856. That same year the Milwaukee Railroad reached the area, encouraging further growth.