Miniature Horses for Sale near Shiocton, WI

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Miniature Mare
Pip and Peanut are two AMHR registered minis. They are both technically buc..
Shiocton, Wisconsin
Other
Miniature
Mare
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Shiocton, WI
WI
$800
Miniature Mare
Beautiful little girl. Born April 29. Should mature to around 35". Sire i..
Hobart, Wisconsin
Bay
Miniature
Mare
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Hobart, WI
WI
$400
Miniature Mare
Very pretty, arabian type. Long flowing mane. 33. 5", bred to our bay tobi..
Hobart, Wisconsin
Sorrel
Miniature
Mare
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Hobart, WI
WI
$700
Miniature Stallion
Dusty is a Unique Silver Dapple Tovero Pinto Colt. He is super friendly, l..
Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin
Pinto
Miniature
Stallion
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Fond Du Lac, WI
WI
$500
Miniature Mare
Diva is appy bred top and bottom, shows homozygous appaloosa characteristi..
Fremont, Wisconsin
Grulla
Miniature
Mare
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Fremont, WI
WI
$2,500
Miniature Mare
Sinclair is a refined, leggy filly with beautiful movement, a high flagging..
Shiocton, Wisconsin
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
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Shiocton, WI
WI
$2,200
Miniature Mare
Ivy is a 3 year old granddaughter of the famous SID~S HUSKER and Bronco~s m..
Lena, Wisconsin
Black
Miniature
Mare
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Lena, WI
WI
$750
Miniature Mare
Shelby is a beautiful yearling filly. She~s a 31~ tri - color bay pinto who..
Lena, Wisconsin
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
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Lena, WI
WI
$650
Miniature Stallion
BRONCO's Great Grandsire is the famous SID'S HUSKER, and has plenty of Jand..
Lena, Wisconsin
Sorrel
Miniature
Stallion
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Lena, WI
WI
$375
Miniature Stallion
Red is a very nice put together stallion. Has been shown at local shows and..
Custer, Wisconsin
Sorrel
Miniature
Stallion
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Custer, WI
WI
$600
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About Shiocton,WI

In the Menominee language, this place is known as Māēnomehsāyak, "wild rice along the banks". The name refers to the wild rice which is a traditional staple of the diets of many Native Americans living in the area, particularly the Menominee, whose name in English is ultimately from an Ojibwe word meaning "people of the wild rice". The Menominee ceded this territory to the United States in the 1836 Treaty of the Cedars, after years of negotiations about how to accommodate the Oneida, Stockbridge-Munsee, and Brothertown peoples who were being removed from New York to Wisconsin. In English, Shiocton was originally named Jordan's Landing, or Jordanville, likely attributable to Woodford D. Jordan, one of the two first white settlers of the area.