Breeding Horses for Sale near Waterville, ME

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Miniature - Horse for Sale in Westport Is., ME 04578
FIA
“Fia” 2011 – AMHA/AMHR Mare – Ask for special price whith her buckskin colt..
Westport Is., Maine
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
11
Westport Is., ME
ME
$1,500
Shetland Pony - Horse for Sale in Westport Is., ME 04578
Shetland Pony Stallion
3 EAGLE’S BRIGHT N LAZY DOB: 05/21/2011 ASPC: 163272 Gender: Colt Color: Gr..
Westport Is., Maine
Gray
Shetland Pony
Stallion
-
Westport Is., ME
ME
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Triple registered N / N filly enrolled in the Incentive Fund and the Breed..
Hallowell, Maine
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Hallowell, ME
ME
$4,500
Standardbred Mare
Sadie is a stunning mare that came from Ohio state, she has exc. bloodlines..
Madison, Maine
Bay
Standardbred
Mare
-
Madison, ME
ME
$2,000
Irish Draught Mare
Celtic Promise is a beautiful, purebred, 5- year old, dapple gray, Register..
Augusta, Maine
Gray
Irish Draught
Mare
-
Augusta, ME
ME
$17,000
Hanoverian Mare
This Diwan / Dressman / Hill Hawk xx mare is of superior quality and type. ..
Winterport, Maine
Bay
Hanoverian
Mare
-
Winterport, ME
ME
$12,000
Quarter Horse Mare
No reasonable offer will be refused!!! Steebars Classy Lady is a 10 year o..
Madison, Maine
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Madison, ME
ME
$3,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Grand Champion Youth Halter mare with Western Pleasure points. Im Tuff To ..
Madison, Maine
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Madison, ME
ME
$9,000
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About Waterville, ME

The area now known as Waterville was once inhabited by the Canibas tribe of the Abenaki people. Called "Taconnet" after Chief Taconnet, the main village was located on the east bank of the Kennebec River at its confluence with the Sebasticook River at what is now Winslow. Known as "Ticonic" by English settlers, it was burned in 1692 during King William's War, after which the Canibas tribe abandoned the area. Fort Halifax was built by General John Winslow in 1754, and the last skirmish with indigenous peoples occurred on May 18, 1757. The township would be organized as Kingfield Plantation, then incorporated as Winslow in 1771.