Lipizzan Horses for Sale near Estacada, OR

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Lipizzan Stallion
My husband's death in December of Creutzfeldt - Jakob Disease requires red..
Sublimtiy, Oregon
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Sublimtiy, OR
OR
$15,000
Lipizzan Stallion
My husband's death in December of Creutzfeldt - Jakob Disease requires me ..
Sublimity, Oregon
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Sublimity, OR
OR
$20,000
Lipizzan Mare
My husband's death in December of Creutzfeld - Jakob disease means I must ..
Sublimity, Oregon
Gray
Lipizzan
Mare
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Sublimity, OR
OR
$8,000
Lipizzan Mare
The daughter of one of our very best mares, Tulsa proves that the apple do..
Sublimity, Oregon
Gray
Lipizzan
Mare
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Sublimity, OR
OR
$6,500
Lipizzan Mare
Reserve a 2007 foal now from America's premier Lipizzan breeding farm. A d..
Sublimity, Oregon
Gray
Lipizzan
Mare
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Sublimity, OR
OR
$5,000
Lipizzan Stallion
Favory Ventura - 4 yr Lipizzan Stallion. If you dream of enjoying quiet ri..
Sublimtiy, Oregon
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Sublimtiy, OR
OR
$25,000
Lipizzan Stallion
"Pan" is from the larger Tulipan line of Lipizzans popular around the world..
Sublimity, Oregon
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Sublimity, OR
OR
$13,000
Lipizzan Stallion
Maestoso II Shama II is a modern, sporthorse - type Lipizzan Stallion. His ..
Mcminnville, Oregon
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Mcminnville, OR
OR
$1,500
Lipizzan Stallion
Maestoso II Catrina, a. k. a. "Tony" is Approved for breeding by Dr. Jaromi..
Mcminnville, Oregon
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Mcminnville, OR
OR
$1,500
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About Estacada, OR

The Estacada post office opened in February 1904 and the city was incorporated in May 1905. The community formed as a camp for workers building a hydroelectric dam on the nearby Clackamas River that was to supply Portland with electricity. At the time, the river was relatively inaccessible by road, forcing the Oregon Power Railway Company to build a railway to the vicinity of the river to transport crews to the river for the construction of the dam. After the construction of the Hotel Estacada, the town became a weekend destination on the railroad line for residents of Portland. During the week, the train carried freight and work crews to and from Portland.