English Pleasure Horses for Sale near Montesano, WA

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Paint Stallion
need to sell this wonderful horse because I injured my back in an accident..
Oakville, Washington
Paint
Stallion
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Oakville, WA
WA
$3,500
Paint Stallion
This is a 2 year old buckskin tobiano. he is gorgeous to look at, and he ..
Roy, Washington
Buckskin
Paint
Stallion
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Roy, WA
WA
$3,500
Quarter Horse Mare
16 yr. sorrel Mare, Very nice family horse excellent Trail horse will go a..
Montesano, Washington
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Montesano, WA
WA
$2,500
Arabian Stallion
VERY TALL, Beautiful Enzo Gelding for sale. He will be a GREAT English St..
Yelm, Washington
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Yelm, WA
WA
$15,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Mean Rene is not what her name says. she is the biggest, sweetest horse I'..
Centralia, Washington
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Centralia, WA
WA
$3,000
Paint Mare
Registered Breeding Stock Paint. Registered name Mistic Allusion, barn name..
Roy, Washington
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Roy, WA
WA
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Misty is a 14 yr. AQHA Mare. She is an all around horse and a prooven brood..
Chehalis, Washington
Dun
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Chehalis, WA
WA
$3,500
Paint Stallion
2003 Washington State 4- H Hunt - seat Champion!! Top Copper (aka. "TC") i..
Rainier, Washington
Paint
Stallion
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Rainier, WA
WA
$2,800
Half Arabian Mare
Muscular, gorgeous arab / qh. She is calm, well trained, and has no vices. ..
Olympia, Washington
Black
Half Arabian
Mare
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Olympia, WA
WA
$1,500
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About Montesano,WA

According to Edwin Van Syckle, a portion of the present day town of Montesano was first platted in 1870 by Samuel Henry Williams, who purchased land in what was known as Medcalf Prairie, named after the early settler William Medcalf. At about the same time, surveyor Charles Newton Byles also bought a farm from Walter King on the present day site of Montesano on April 9, 1870 and later platted three blocks on the west side of Main Street. The town of Montesano was born even though it was not incorporated until November 26, 1883 by the Washington Territorial Legislature. Prior to that time, the name Montesano was used to refer to the homestead of Isaiah Lancaster Scammon and his wife Lorinda. They filed a 640 Donation Land Claim on January 15, 1853 on the Chehalis River, opposite the mouth of The Wynoochee River, in the area now referred to as South Montesano.