Andalusian Horses for Sale near Sacramento, 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
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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
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Wilton, CA
CA
$4,000
Andalusian Stallion
He is an amazing horse. 4 year old Andalusian / TB that is registered with ..
Auburn, California
Bay
Andalusian
Stallion
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Auburn, CA
CA
$3,000
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About Sacramento,CA

Historical affiliations United Mexican States 1839–1848 California Republic 1846 United States 1848–present Nisenan (Southern Maidu) and Plains Miwok Native Americans had lived in the area for perhaps thousands of years. Unlike the settlers who would eventually make Sacramento their home, these Native Americans left little evidence of their existence. Traditionally, their diet was dominated by acorns taken from the plentiful oak trees in the region, and by fruits, bulbs, seeds, and roots gathered throughout the year. In 1808, the Spanish explorer Gabriel Moraga discovered and named the Sacramento Valley and the Sacramento River. A Spanish writer with the Moraga expedition wrote: "Canopies of oaks and cottonwoods, many festooned with grapevines, overhung both sides of the blue current.