Horses for Sale near Palmer, AK

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Sugar 'n' Spice - Mare in Palmer, AK
Sugar 'n' Spice
She is a Master Jumper at all levels up through 1.20 meters. She would be b..
Palmer, Alaska
Grulla
Mustang
Mare
22
Palmer, AK
AK
$5,000
Easy - Mare in Palmer, AK
Easy
Easy is now 5 years old, 14.0hh, Sorrel mare with a star. A 5th generatio..
Palmer, Alaska
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
5
Palmer, AK
AK
$6,000
Oldenburg Mare
Emerald, born on St. Patrick's day is out of Rounitier and a mare out of R..
Anchorage, Alaska
Bay
Oldenburg
Mare
-
Anchorage, AK
AK
$15,000
American Warmblood Stallion
Vargas is a head turner, calm, and willing partner. Has experienced bridge..
Anchorage, Alaska
Black Overo
American Warmblood
Stallion
-
Anchorage, AK
AK
$23,000
Appaloosa Mare
Three year old appaloosa filly, started under saddle, registered with ApHc..
Wasilla, Alaska
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Wasilla, AK
AK
$3,500
Arabian Stallion
Damis Sahhar comes from some of the most prominent and prepotnent bloodlin..
Palmer, Alaska
Arabian
Stallion
-
Palmer, AK
AK
$10,500
Quarter Horse Mare
"Firey Stare" is an AQHA registered filly. She is coming up from Canada and..
Palmer, Alaska
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Palmer, AK
AK
$1,450
Pony of the Americas Mare
Free to a non - profit organization who can give me a donation receipt. Com..
Big Lake, Alaska
Blue Roan
Pony of the Americas
Mare
-
Big Lake, AK
AK
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Shetland Pony Stallion
1992 Shetland Pony Gelding, Sorrel / White Pinto - Pretty pony! Rides and D..
Palmer, Alaska
Pinto
Shetland Pony
Stallion
-
Palmer, AK
AK
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
2002 AQHA Colt, Chocolaet Palomino, Running Lineage! Spunky and very indepe..
Palmer, Alaska
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Palmer, AK
AK
$1,950
Appaloosa Mare
2001 ApHC (Appy) Filly, Dapple Buckskin, Stout! Will be BIG! Excellant grou..
Palmer, Alaska
Buckskin
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Palmer, AK
AK
$2,500
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About Palmer,AK

The first people to live in the Matanuska Valley, where Palmer is located, were the Dena'ina and Ahtna Athabaskans. They moved throughout the area, living a subsistence lifestyle and trading with other native groups. Their trade routes were along the Matanuska River. Russians came to Alaska in 1741 and brought the Russian Orthodox religious tradition to the indigenous peoples of the region. In the early 1890s, an entrepreneur named George W.