Miniature Horses for Sale near Edmonds, WA

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Looking for a miniature horse, around $500 or under. Doesn't have to be bro..
Mount Vernon, Washington
Black
Miniature
Gelding
15
Mount Vernon, WA
WA
$500
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Seeking a small miniature horse (27 to 30 in.) with temperament 5 or less. ..
Bell Hill, Washington
Buckskin
Miniature
Mare
6
Bell Hill, WA
WA
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Seeking a small miniature horse (27 to 30 in.) with temperament 5 or less. ..
Bell Hill, Washington
Buckskin
Miniature
Mare
6
Bell Hill, WA
WA
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Miniature Stallion
Cowboy is a bay pinto yearling colt. He has two half blue eyes. He is sti..
Granite Falls, Washington
Bay
Miniature
Stallion
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Granite Falls, WA
WA
$500
Miniature Stallion
2 yr stud colt. Sorrel Pinto, AMHR can be reg PtHA. Sweetest horse, NOT stu..
Renton, Washington
Sorrel
Miniature
Stallion
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Renton, WA
WA
$1,200
Miniature Stallion
Blue Jeans is the sweetest little guy you will have ever met! He LOVES PEOP..
Oak Harbor, Washington
Miniature
Stallion
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Oak Harbor, WA
WA
$1,200
Miniature Mare
Grainne is an AMHR & Falabella Blend Registered 36" Falabella blend Black S..
Burley, Washington
Miniature
Mare
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Burley, WA
WA
$2,500
Miniature Mare
I am looking to purchase a miniature horse for my daughter who is in 4- H. ..
Marysville, Washington
Bay
Miniature
Mare
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Marysville, WA
WA
$500
Miniature Stallion
"Spirit" is a wonderfull show gelding. He has been shown for several years..
Clinton, Washington
Miniature
Stallion
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Clinton, WA
WA
$3,000
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About Edmonds,WA

Prior to the 19th century, the Edmonds area was inhabited by the Suquamish tribe, who foraged and fished near the flat beach forming modern-day downtown. No archaeological evidence of a permanent settlement in Edmonds has been found, despite claims that a fishing village had existed near the modern-day downtown. An exploratory expedition of Puget Sound led by Charles Wilkes charted the Edmonds area in 1841, naming "Point Edmund" (now Point Edwards) to the southwest of the modern-day downtown. A 147-acre (59 ha) land claim for the area was filed by Pleasant Ewell in 1866 and was sold to various landowners before being eventually purchased by Canadian-born logger George Brackett in 1872 for $650. Brackett had allegedly found the future site of Edmonds in 1870 while searching for potential logging areas on his canoe, which was blown ashore during a storm.