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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Salem, OR
Mystic War Drum Well mannered, color producing Stallion We are very thankful to have this special Stallion at our Ranch. The wonders just don't seem to be limited! Besides the beauty and beautiful coloring of this Stallion, with stamina, brains, and conformation he also has some of the most unique markings I have ever seen. One of these unique markings is on the top of his rump. There he has a bird shaped marking that looks very much like an Eagle in flight, with it's head turned to one side. The next wonderful surprise is - he passes these unique markings on to his offspring! Our second offspring SQUIRES Mysty War Drum has a swan marking draped over the top of her rump, in the same place as her sire. He is a color producer UC Davis color confirmed 07/27 2009. Mystic War Drum is N/TO
... more»Tobiano color tested E/e, A/a. Base color is Black. Mystic comes from a long line of AQHA Champions, AQHA Supreme Champions on both his dam and sire's side, like - WINDCHESTER LIGHTNING BAR, THREE BARS to name a view. We will truly hate to see him go, but due to the fact we no longer breed, it is only fair we let him go to someone who wants to use him as a standing stud. Serious inquiries only please. http://arkranch.weebly.com/index.html
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.