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Paint Mare for Sale in Salem, OR
Cocoa has a very promising future in the show ring, with the cows or running barrels and poles. Both her parents are APHA point earners in a variety of events and this little girl inherited their talents, looks and versatility. Her ancestors have excelled in Halter, Pleasure, Reining, you name it and she's got the potential! She's a smart girl and loves people. We have had her feet trimmed with no problems and we have rinsed her off with warm water which she didn't mind at all, as a matter of fact she played in the water and drank from the hose. I am amazed every day by the progress and maturity this girl shows and I wish I could keep her to show myself. Only one thing left to say: buy her now or show against her later! More pictures available by request. Registration is pendi
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About Salem, OR
The Native Americans who inhabited the central Willamette Valley at first European contact, the Kalapuya, called the area Chim-i-ki-ti, which means "meeting or resting place" in the Central Kalapuya language (Santiam). When the Methodist Mission moved to the area, they called the new establishment Chemeketa; although it was more widely known as the Mill, because of its situation on Mill Creek. When the Oregon Institute was established, the community became known as the Institute. When the Institute was dissolved, the trustees decided to lay out a town site on the Institute lands. Some possible sources for the name "Salem" include William H.