Horses for Sale near Morro Bay, CA

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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Los Angeles, California
Quarter Horse Mare
Bbloom is a sweet 6.y.o. mare who has been used as a lesson horse for the l..
Los Angeles, California
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
10
Los Angeles, CA
CA
$2,000
Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Parkfield , California
Bud
If you are looking for a big, stout horse with a super sweet personality an..
Parkfield, California
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Gelding
16
Parkfield, CA
CA
$5,800
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Orcutt, California
Quarter Horse Mare
Would be good for barrels and gymkhana work with training. She needs an exp..
Orcutt, California
Dun
Quarter Horse
Mare
13
Orcutt, CA
CA
$2,500
Warmblood Gelding for Sale in Santa Maria, California
Bandit
Bandit is a black warmblood(i had hair samples sent in and it came back he ..
Santa Maria, California
Black
Warmblood
Gelding
10
Santa Maria, CA
CA
$1,500
Miniature Mare for Sale in Santa Maria, California
Miniature Mare
I have a very sweet black miniature horse for sale i am very sad to sell he..
Santa Maria, California
Black
Miniature
Mare
12
Santa Maria, CA
CA
$1,000
Joey
Spectacular Gypsy Vanner Colt. All Black with four white socks. Is halter..
Paso Robles, California
Black
Gypsy Vanner
Stallion
3
Paso Robles, CA
CA
$6,995
Erikka
A three year old purebred friesian filly for sale. She is registered with F..
Santa Maria, California
Black
Friesian
Mare
4
Santa Maria, CA
CA
$15,000
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About Morro Bay,CA

The prehistory of Morro Bay relates to Chumash settlement, particularly near the mouth of Morro Creek. At least as early as the Millingstone Horizon thousands of years before present, there was an extensive settlement along the banks and terraces above Morro Creek. A tribal site on present-day Morro Bay was named tsɨtqawɨ, Obispeño for "Place of the Dogs". The first European land exploration of Alta California, the Spanish Portola expedition, came down Los Osos Valley and camped near today's Morro Bay on September 8, 1769. Franciscan missionary and expedition member Juan Crespi noted in his diary that "we saw a great rock in the form of a round morro".