Morgan Horses for Sale near Potterville, MI

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Morgan Stallion
8 Yr. Old, gelding. Has been shown in both Western Pleasure & Trail classe..
Burlington, Michigan
Black
Morgan
Stallion
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Burlington, MI
MI
$800
Morgan Stallion
Jesse is a big chestnut gelding with snip, strip and star. He's been profe..
Howell, Michigan
Chestnut
Morgan
Stallion
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Howell, MI
MI
$10,000
Morgan Stallion
Comet is chestnut gelding with two hind socks and a big blaze. He use to s..
Howell, Michigan
Chestnut
Morgan
Stallion
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Howell, MI
MI
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Morgan Stallion
Captain is a very great gelding with great saddle, ground, and pasture man..
Byron, Michigan
Sorrel
Morgan
Stallion
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Byron, MI
MI
$1,000
Morgan Stallion
This horse has been shown in Western Pleasure, and Trail classes. He has a..
Burlington, Michigan
Black
Morgan
Stallion
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Burlington, MI
MI
$900
Morgan Stallion
This horse has been shown in the local 4- H program. He was shown in Weste..
Burlington, Michigan
Black
Morgan
Stallion
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Burlington, MI
MI
$900
Morgan Stallion
This is a wonderful and upheaded registered Morgan gelding. Proven winner ..
Marshall, Michigan
Black
Morgan
Stallion
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Marshall, MI
MI
$15,000
Morgan Mare
UVM Rebel x Renaissance Rachel, by Wynne Commotion Many times, almost unde..
Chelsea, Michigan
Bay
Morgan
Mare
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Chelsea, MI
MI
$10,000
Morgan Mare
Bears Felicity is a futurity nominated filly with loads of potential. Very..
Albion, Michigan
Bay
Morgan
Mare
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Albion, MI
MI
$7,000
Morgan Mare
This little filly is a bundle of potential. Mother is a Lord Applton grand..
Albion, Michigan
Liver Chestnut
Morgan
Mare
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Albion, MI
MI
$6,000
Morgan Stallion
This yearling has great Stallion potential. He will excell in Huntseat, Eng..
Delton, Michigan
Bay
Morgan
Stallion
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Delton, MI
MI
$2,000
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About Potterville,MI

Potterville is named after Linus Potter, who settled his family in the area in November, 1844. Linus was elected supervisor of Benton Township in 1846. In 1830, Linus and his wife Diantha came from Cayuga County, New York, by way of the Erie Canal, to Buffalo and then by way of Lake Erie steamboat to Detroit. From there, Linus and Diantha walked to Plymouth, Michigan, a journey of about thirty miles, before walking on to Saline. The pair carried their three-year-old son, George, and their infant daughter, Louisa.