Breeding Horses for Sale near Aitkin, MN

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Percheron - Horse for Sale in Finlayson, MN 55735
Dandy
Dandy epitomizes the 'old style', field ready Percheron. Whether you are br..
Finlayson, Minnesota
Gray
Percheron
Stallion
9
Finlayson, MN
MN
$750
Shetland Pony Stallion
Plattes Cream Conclusion H is a small colt who should easily hardship AMHR..
Pierz, Minnesota
Cremello
Shetland Pony
Stallion
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Pierz, MN
MN
$500
Pony Mare
Leah is a small pinto pony broodmare who can be registered PtHA. She is f..
Pierz, Minnesota
Pony
Mare
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Pierz, MN
MN
$400
Appaloosa Mare
Nikki is a very nice FOUNDATION MARE, great disposition, UTD on everything,..
Finlayson, Minnesota
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
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Finlayson, MN
MN
$1,500
Arabian Mare
Coming 3 yr old Magnum Psyche grandaughter. Very dishy head, pretty ears. g..
Brainerd, Minnesota
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Brainerd, MN
MN
$400
Paint Mare
WE bought this mare in 2002 for the colt at side. She was also bred back th..
Fort Ripley, Minnesota
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Fort Ripley, MN
MN
$800
Arabian Stallion
Beautiful black arabian stallion with 4 matched socks, He is an excellent c..
Sandstone, Minnesota
Black
Arabian
Stallion
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Sandstone, MN
MN
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Appaloosa Stallion
Here is an own son of Dreamfinder and out of a full sister to Impressive An..
Askov, Minnesota
Bay
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Askov, MN
MN
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About Aitkin, MN

Before the establishment of City of Aitkin, a transient community of Lexington was located at the mouth of the Ripple River, at its confluence with the Mississippi River. However, maps from the 1860s erroneously depict the village of Ojibway (or Ogibeway) at the mouth of the Ripple River. (Today the town here is known as Riverton.) Due to the importance of regional trade at Lexington, the route of the Northern Pacific Railroad was planned to pass near there. Aitkin was founded in 1870 when the Northern Pacific Railroad was extended to that point, replacing and annexing Lexington. The city and county were named for William Alexander Aitken, a partner of the American Fur Company and chief factor of the company's regional operations in the early 19th century.