Andalusian Horses for Sale near Antioch, CA

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GALANSITO - Stallion in WILTON, CA
Galansito
"Galansito IALHA #H007617" standing at stud in Wilton. Galansito is 14 year..
Wilton, California
Gray
Andalusian
Stallion
14
Wilton, CA
CA
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 - Stallion in Stockton, CA
Andalusian Stallion
This is a very nice 3/4 Spanish with pony. Very gentle and kind. My boys le..
Stockton, California
Bay
Andalusian
Stallion
4
Stockton, CA
CA
$10,500
 - Stallion in Wilton, CA
Andalusian Stallion
Galinsito is ten years old apx 17 hands beatiful gray with stunning head an..
Wilton, California
Other
Andalusian
Stallion
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Wilton, CA
CA
$20,000
 - Stallion in Sacramento, CA
Andalusian Stallion
Grey Andalusian Stallion (Reduced price trade for fresian stallion - $5000 ..
Sacramento, California
Other
Andalusian
Stallion
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Sacramento, CA
CA
$4,500
 - Mare in Wilton, CA
Andalusian Mare
Majestic andalusian mare apx 6 years old, sire by the famouse international..
Wilton, California
Andalusian
Mare
-
Wilton, CA
CA
$15,000
 - Mare in Wilton, CA
Andalusian Mare
Cinderella is a gorgeous non papered Andalusian mare. She is an extremely e..
Wilton, California
Other
Andalusian
Mare
-
Wilton, CA
CA
$4,000
Andalusian Mare
Imported from Spain. Beautiful PRE approved Grey 7 year old Mare. Grand dam..
Sonoma, California
Gray
Andalusian
Mare
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Sonoma, CA
CA
$18,000
Andalusian Mare
This is a beutiful 3 / 4 andalusian foal (reg as 1 / 2) . Probably will be ..
Manteca, California
Gray
Andalusian
Mare
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Manteca, CA
CA
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About Antioch,CA

Antioch is one of the oldest towns in California. In 1848, John Marsh, owner of Rancho Los Meganos, one of the largest ranches in California, built a landing on the San Joaquin River in what is now Antioch. It became known as Marsh's Landing, and was the shipping point for the 17,000-acre rancho. It included a pier extending well out into the river, enabling vessels drawing 15 feet of water to tie up there at any season of the year. The landing also included a slaughterhouse, smokehouse for curing hams, rodeo grounds, and even a 1½-story dwelling, embellished with fretwork, that was brought around the Horn to serve as a home for the mayordomo (manager) and his wife.