Jumping Horses for Sale near Bangor, ME

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Appaloosa Mare
I'm looking for a nice young horse in Maine. Horse would be kept at my hou..
Ellsworth, Maine
Other
Appaloosa
Mare
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Ellsworth, ME
ME
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Appaloosa Stallion
"Drew" is a people - loving, 15. 1 hand, bay registered Appaloosa gelding. ..
Belfast, Maine
Bay
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Belfast, ME
ME
$2,000
Pinto Stallion
*PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE "Cody" is my 2 year old pinto gelding. He wa..
Hampden, Maine
Pinto
Stallion
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Hampden, ME
ME
$3,500
Arabian Stallion
Intelligent, energetic hunter / pleasure or endurance / competitive trail r..
Waterville, Maine
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Waterville, ME
ME
$2,750
Hanoverian Mare
This Diwan / Dressman / Hill Hawk xx mare is of superior quality and type. ..
Winterport, Maine
Bay
Hanoverian
Mare
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Winterport, ME
ME
$12,000
Andalusian Stallion
Nice Pure Spanish Andalusian Stallion. Incredible NECK! Elegant. Correct m..
Unity, Maine
Gray
Andalusian
Stallion
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Unity, ME
ME
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About Bangor,ME

The Penobscot people have inhabited the area around present-day Bangor for at least 11,000 years and still occupy tribal land on the nearby Penobscot Indian Island Reservation. They practised some agriculture, but less than peoples in southern New England where the climate is milder, and subsisted on what they could hunt and gather. Contact with Europeans was not uncommon during the 1500s because the fur trade was lucrative and the Penobscot were willing to trade pelts for European goods. The site was visited by Portuguese explorer Esteban Gómez in 1524 and by Samuel de Champlain in 1605. The Jesuits established a mission on Penobscot Bay in 1609, which was then part of the French colony of Acadia, and the valley remained contested between France and Britain into the 1750s, making it one of the last regions to become part of New England.