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Welsh Pony Mare for Sale in Spokane, WA
Champion bloodlines. She will go as far as you can push her. My 13 year old daughter has ridden her exclusively for 6 years. Been in Pony Club and 4- H. My daughter rated to D3 in PC and then decided that it was not for her. Jumps 2'9" easily. Ridden both english and western, better at english and loves to jump. Has been on competitive trail rides and done very well, lots of endurance. My daughter rides her around the yard in a halter and lead and Madeline will follow her anywhere. She is my daughters best friend, but she is sadly outgrowing her. We have regretfully decided to put her up for sale. Bathes, trailers, UTD on shots and worming, feet done, no vices. Easy keeper, very petite. Will deliver within 500 miles of Spokane. Email for more pictures
About Spokane, WA
The first humans to live in the Spokane area were hunter-gatherers that lived off plentiful fish and game; early human remains have been dated to 8,000 to 13,000 years ago. The Spokane tribe, after which the city is named (the name meaning "children of the sun" or "sun people" in Salishan), [a] are believed to be either their direct descendants, or descendants of people from the Great Plains. When asked by early white explorers, the Spokanes said their ancestors came from "up North." Early in the 19th century, the Northwest Fur Company sent two white fur trappers west of the Rocky Mountains to search for fur. These were the first white men met by the Spokanes, who believed they were sacred, and set the trappers up in the Colville River valley for the winter. The explorer-geographer David Thompson, working as head of the North West Company's Columbia Department, became the first European to explore the Inland Empire (now called the Inland Northwest).