Halter Horses for Sale near Redwood City, CA

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Justino - Stallion in Aptos, CA
Justino
Justino's personality is one you like right off the bat. A charismatic play..
Aptos, California
Gray
Andalusian
Stallion
5
Aptos, CA
CA
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Jordan - Stallion in Aptos, CA
Jordan
As cliche as it might sound, "A Noble Stead" is how our trainers ..
Aptos, California
Gray
Andalusian
Stallion
6
Aptos, CA
CA
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Ciclón Jr. - Stallion in Aptos, CA
Ciclón Jr.
This lovable and energetic stud is the son of multi-championship winning bl..
Aptos, California
Chocolate
Andalusian
Stallion
3
Aptos, CA
CA
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Katia - Mare in Aptos, CA
Katia
A sweet and soft spoken demeanor, Katia is half sister to Ciclón del Encant..
Aptos, California
Gray
Andalusian
Mare
4
Aptos, CA
CA
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Friesian Stallion
Are you looking for a really TALL Friesian?, Andrew from Wildwind, Andrew ..
Pleasanton, California
Black
Friesian
Stallion
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Pleasanton, CA
CA
$22,500
Miniature Mare
Halter broke, Loves people, clips, ties, bathes no problem. Not spooky at a..
Castro Valley, California
Sorrel
Miniature
Mare
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Castro Valley, CA
CA
$900
Pony of the Americas Stallion
Jimmy is a 13. 3 HH pony and has shown western pleasureand halter shows and..
San Jose, California
Pony of the Americas
Stallion
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San Jose, CA
CA
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Weanling futurity winner. Yearling CSHA top 3 halter geldings. He is Acoosa..
Milpitas, California
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Milpitas, CA
CA
$7,500
Paint Stallion
Offering for sale due to the weak economy, a stunning Black Tobiano gelding..
Brentwood, California
Black
Paint
Stallion
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Brentwood, CA
CA
$2,300
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About Redwood City,CA

Redwood City incorporated in 1867, the first city to do so in San Mateo County, and it has been the county seat since the county was formed in 1856. The land had been part of the Rancho de las Pulgas granted to the Arguello family in 1835 by the Mexican government. Their control was challenged after the Mexican–American War when California became part of the United States. The family lawyer, Simon M. Mezes, in 1854 defended the claim somewhat successfully and was allowed to buy the part of the estate that is now Redwood City.