Equitation Horses for Sale near Battle Creek, MI

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Trakehner Gelding
Fusion is a 16.2 Bay registered Trakehner gelding. He has been shown in dre..
Paw Paw, Michigan
Bay
Trakehner
Gelding
15
Paw Paw, MI
MI
$17,000
Appendix Stallion
Remedy is a great competition horse. He runs clean and consistent each and ..
Hastings, Michigan
Chestnut
Appendix
Stallion
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Hastings, MI
MI
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Zeke is started well neat neck rein and sliding stop. Not afraid to go ove..
Hastings, Michigan
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Hastings, MI
MI
$2,500
Paint Stallion
GREAT all around. Shown extensively local. Showmanship delux. Nice slow ..
Alto, Michigan
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Alto, MI
MI
$7,800
Draft Stallion
Relocating to another state for a job and cannot take my horses with me. L..
Camden, Michigan
Chestnut
Draft
Stallion
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Camden, MI
MI
$7,500
Arabian Stallion
Danny is a beautiful hunter pleasure mount with the training and attitude ..
Grand Ledge, Michigan
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Grand Ledge, MI
MI
$17,500
Morgan Stallion
This is a wonderful and upheaded registered Morgan gelding. Proven winner ..
Marshall, Michigan
Black
Morgan
Stallion
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Marshall, MI
MI
$15,000
National Show Stallion
Nice show horse just started his career this year nice youth or amature mo..
Mason, Michigan
Bay
National Show
Stallion
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Mason, MI
MI
$7,600
Half Arabian Stallion
"Ricky" can do it all. He does western, huntseat and has recently started ..
Alto, Michigan
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Alto, MI
MI
$8,000
Morgan Mare
This little filly is a bundle of potential. Mother is a Lord Applton grand..
Albion, Michigan
Liver Chestnut
Morgan
Mare
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Albion, MI
MI
$6,000
Saddlebred Stallion
Taylor has been shown successfully on the A & B circut Saddleseat. He place..
Mason, Michigan
Gray
Saddlebred
Stallion
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Mason, MI
MI
$7,500
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About Battle Creek,MI

In about 1774, the Potawatomi and the Ottawa Native American tribes formed a joint village near the future Battle Creek, Michigan. Battle Creek was named for a minor encounter on March 14, 1824, between a federal government land survey party led by Colonel John Mullett and two Potawatomi Indians, who had approached the survey camp asking for food. They were hungry because the Army was late in delivering the supplies promised them by the treaty of 1820. After a protracted discussion, the Native Americans allegedly tried to steal food. One of the surveyors grabbed his rifle and shot one of the Potawatomies, seriously wounding him.