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Thoroughbred Mare for Sale in Cashmere, WA
Only reason I am selling her is because I wont be able to take her with me when I move out. She is a great horse and I wish I was able to keep her. She is still pretty green and definitely needs an experienced rider. Don't want to sell but have to. Asking $1,500 OBO.
About Cashmere, WA
The indigenous people of the area were the Wenatchi people, who were sustained by abundant game and anadromous fish. The Wenatchee River, which runs through Cashmere, was historically home to coho, chinook, and sockeye salmon, as well as steelhead. These wild stocks have been severely impacted by the dams on the Columbia River, although several runs still exist. The Wenatchi people were displaced to the Colville Indian Reservation by the federal government, but still claim some fishing rights in the area. The first European to enter the Mission Valley was Catholic missionary Father Respari, of the Oblate Fathers, in the 1850s.