Halter Horses for Sale near Sandpoint, ID

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Arabian Stallion
Spirit is very loving, sweet and charming. I've had him since birth and d..
Newman Lake, Washington
Tobiano
Arabian
Stallion
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Newman Lake, WA
WA
$300
Paint Mare
Could go any direction you want. Breeding and comformation to excell in h..
Oldtown, Idaho
Buckskin
Paint
Mare
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Oldtown, ID
ID
$1,400
Quarter Horse Stallion
Gorgeous and correct. Started, going well. Shown, pt earner. Back to sc..
Bonners Ferry, Idaho
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bonners Ferry, ID
ID
$3,500
Quarter Horse Mare
This horse has it all! looks, size, comformation, excelent disposition, cou..
Oldtown, Idaho
Bay Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Oldtown, ID
ID
$1,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
"Design" is an extremely willing, push - button, super - sweet, flashy, gel..
Post Falls, Idaho
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Post Falls, ID
ID
$7,000
Paint Mare
This filly is going to be one beautiful horse when she is growen. She is go..
Spirit Lake, Idaho
Chocolate
Paint
Mare
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Spirit Lake, ID
ID
$850
Quarter Horse Stallion
This colt would make a super youth or amateur horse. Has already won futur..
Bonners Ferry, Idaho
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bonners Ferry, ID
ID
$1,200
Miniature Mare
"Witts End Just A RagDoll Cutie" Registered 2003 Red Dun filly. Will mature..
Sandpoint, Idaho
Red Dun
Miniature
Mare
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Sandpoint, ID
ID
$1,000
Pinto Mare
90 day's Professional Western Training. Loves People, Safe and Gentle for a..
Athol, Idaho
Red Roan
Pinto
Mare
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Athol, ID
ID
$5,000
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About Sandpoint,ID

The Salish Tribes, specifically the Kalispel and the Kootenai built encampments on the shore of Lake Pend Oreille every summer, fished, made baskets of cedar, and collected huckleberries before returning to either Montana or Washington in the fall. The encampments ended before 1930. The region was extensively explored by David Thompson of the North West Company starting in 1807. Disputed joint British/American occupation of the Columbia District led to the Oregon boundary dispute. This controversy ended in 1846 with the signing of the Oregon Treaty, whereby Britain ceded all rights to land south of the 49th parallel.