Breeding Horses for Sale near Lena, WI

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Miniature Mare
Pip and Peanut are two AMHR registered minis. They are both technically buc..
Shiocton, Wisconsin
Other
Miniature
Mare
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Shiocton, WI
WI
$800
Arabian Mare
Double Padron Filly out of Marenello ( Magnum Psyche) out of a Padron Psyc..
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Green Bay, WI
WI
$15,000
Miniature Mare
Beautiful little girl. Born April 29. Should mature to around 35". Sire i..
Hobart, Wisconsin
Bay
Miniature
Mare
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Hobart, WI
WI
$400
Miniature Mare
Very pretty, arabian type. Long flowing mane. 33. 5", bred to our bay tobi..
Hobart, Wisconsin
Sorrel
Miniature
Mare
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Hobart, WI
WI
$700
Arabian Mare
Breeze is a beautiful bay mare. Gorgeous dished head, large expressive ey..
White Lake, Wisconsin
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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White Lake, WI
WI
$450
Appaloosa Mare
Beautiful 1993 ApHC Mare for Sale - excellent manners; For experienced rid..
Seymour, Wisconsin
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Mare
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Seymour, WI
WI
$1,250
Miniature Mare
Ivy is a 3 year old granddaughter of the famous SID~S HUSKER and Bronco~s m..
Lena, Wisconsin
Black
Miniature
Mare
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Lena, WI
WI
$750
Paint Stallion
APHA # 799797. Judah is a solid Perlino with a white star, Sonny Dee Bar an..
Oconto Falls, Wisconsin
Paint
Stallion
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Oconto Falls, WI
WI
$1,500
Paint Mare
Princess is ideal for the English / Western rider who wants a nice broodmar..
Coleman, Wisconsin
Paint
Mare
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Coleman, WI
WI
$1,500
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About Lena,WI

Originally known as Maple Valley, Lena owes its location to the railroads. The first white family at the site that became Lena was the French-Swiss immigrant Étienne Clement Roserens (also spelled Rosera, 1831–1911) together with his French-Canadian wife Vitaline née Tessier (1842–1919), who established a homestead in October 1872. Their daughter Anna Rosera Hendricks (1874–1951) was the first white child born in the settlement. Other early white settlers in this vicinity arrived in the late 1870s and consisted primarily of French Canadian immigrants. One French Canadian immigrant was Sam Roy, also known as Sam King.