Driving Horses for Sale near Concord, CA

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Clydesdale Stallion
Beautiful Draft Horse For Sale! Phone: 775-738-2196 or 775-815-5419 C..
Spring Creek, Nevada
Bay
Clydesdale
Stallion
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Spring Creek, NV
NV
$7,500
Haflinger Mare
Kind, beautiful, strong & healthy. Good ground manners, ridden english & ..
Benicia, California
Palomino
Haflinger
Mare
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Benicia, CA
CA
$3,500
Morgan Stallion
Rex is a sweet natured willing horse. He has great feet, clean legs and w..
Davis, California
Chestnut
Morgan
Stallion
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Davis, CA
CA
$1,200
Friesian Stallion
AXCEL is a very fancy moving gelding broke to ride and drive. He has a gre..
Atherton, California
Black
Friesian
Stallion
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Atherton, CA
CA
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Morgan Mare
This gentle Morgan has a lovely temperment, is willing and loves to work. ..
Cupertino, California
Black
Morgan
Mare
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Cupertino, CA
CA
$5,000
Friesian Mare
Beautiful, friendly and easy to train. Two Half Arabian Half Friesian Fill..
Elk Grove, California
Bay
Friesian
Mare
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Elk Grove, CA
CA
$10,000
Friesian Stallion
RARE buckskin Friesian Cross gelding for sale. Out of 3 / 4 Arabian mare a..
Elk Grove, California
Buckskin
Friesian
Stallion
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Elk Grove, CA
CA
$4,500
Warmblood Mare
Graceful mover, gentle, Green but has had groundwork and lightly ridden...
Lodi, California
Sorrel
Warmblood
Mare
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Lodi, CA
CA
$2,500
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About Concord,CA

The valleys north of Mount Diablo were inhabited by the Miwok people, who hunted elk and fished in the numerous streams flowing from the mountain into the San Francisco Bay. In 1772, Spanish explorers began to cross the area, but did not settle there. In 1834, the Mexican land grant Rancho Monte del Diablo at the base of Mount Diablo was granted to Salvio Pacheco (for whom the nearby town of Pacheco is named). Concord was founded under the name of Todos Santos ("all saints"; a name still borne by the central city plaza and park between Willow Pass Road and Salvio Street), on the initiative of Pacheco in 1869. It achieved prominence in the 19th century when most residents of Pacheco relocating to Concord to avoid the devastation of fire and flood which crippled Pacheco's formerly booming economy.