Appendix Horses for Sale near Saint Paul, MN

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Alabama Ava (Fergie) - Mare in Carver, MN
Alabama Ava (Fergie)
Fergie is a 2008 quarter horse. I am moving to Minneapolis and starting sch..
Carver, Minnesota
Sorrel
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Carver, MN
MN
$1,000
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This is a sweet, AQHA registered, Incentive Fund enrolled, Rugged Lark gra..
Montrose, Minnesota
Chestnut
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Montrose, MN
MN
$2,000
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Rugged Larks Jet (Molly) is a sweet - tempered 3 year old granddaughter of..
Montrose, Minnesota
Chestnut
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Montrose, MN
MN
$4,000
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Great Mare. She has been everywhere. South Dakota and even parking cars ..
Buffalo, Minnesota
Chestnut
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Buffalo, MN
MN
$1,300
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i have lots of horses and ponys for sale most are rideable or getting trai..
Monticello, Minnesota
Bay
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Monticello, MN
MN
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"Bug" has had 60 days professional training and loads of time under saddle...
Corcoran, Minnesota
Dun
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Corcoran, MN
MN
$3,000
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Super sweet mare. Always in the ribbons. Current on all shots including W. ..
Elk River, Minnesota
Chestnut
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Elk River, MN
MN
$4,200
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Natural Iron bay mare. Kind , gentle and smart. profesionally trained and ..
Independence, Minnesota
Bay
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Independence, MN
MN
$10,000
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This very quiet gelding is currently earning AQHA points in Junior and Amat..
River Falls, Wisconsin
Chestnut
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River Falls, WI
WI
$15,000
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About Saint Paul,MN

Burial mounds in present-day Indian Mounds Park suggest that the area was originally inhabited by the Hopewell Native Americans about two thousand years ago. From the early 17th century until 1837, the Mdewakanton Dakota, a tribe of the Sioux, lived near the mounds after fleeing their ancestral home of Mille Lacs Lake from advancing Ojibwe. They called the area I-mni-za ska dan ("little white rock") for its exposed white sandstone cliffs. In the Menominee language it is called Sāēnepān-Menīkān, which means "ribbon, silk or satin village", suggesting its role in trade throughout the region after the introduction of European goods. Following the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, US Army officer Zebulon Pike negotiated approximately 100,000 acres (40,000 ha; 160 sq mi) of land from the local Dakota tribes in 1805 to establish a fort.