Morgan Horses for Sale near Clarkston, WA

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Morgan Stallion
Trained by Shann Webley, he's championed multiple times on the "A" Circuit..
Palouse, Washington
Palomino
Morgan
Stallion
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Palouse, WA
WA
$1,000
Morgan Stallion
OAM Rocket Man, AKA Atom is a well broke sweet riding gelding. He's short ..
Potlatch, Idaho
Bay
Morgan
Stallion
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Potlatch, ID
ID
$2,000
Morgan Stallion
Willy, a weanling colt, would make a fantastic addition to any barn. He's ..
Palouse, Washington
Morgan
Stallion
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Palouse, WA
WA
$2,000
Morgan Stallion
As his name implies, he loves to zoom around. From his first day out side..
Palouse, Washington
Morgan
Stallion
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Palouse, WA
WA
$2,000
Morgan Mare
Tobe is a very sweet 3 year old filly. She's been handled since she was b..
Palouse, Washington
Morgan
Mare
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Palouse, WA
WA
$2,000
Morgan Mare
Wheatland Lacy is a 16 year old, 15. 2 hh, dark liver chestnut that is ext..
Palouse, Washington
Morgan
Mare
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Palouse, WA
WA
$4,000
Morgan Mare
Looking for a young horse with endless talent? Melody is a two year old li..
Palouse, Washington
Morgan
Mare
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Palouse, WA
WA
$3,000
Morgan Stallion
Wheatland Deja Vu, AKA Gunner, is a yearling liver chestnut Morgan gelding ..
Palouse, Washington
Morgan
Stallion
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Palouse, WA
WA
$700
Morgan Mare
If your looking for your next reining / cow horse here's the girl for you...
Palouse, Washington
Liver Chestnut
Morgan
Mare
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Palouse, WA
WA
$3,000
Morgan Stallion
King is a proven sire, from a grand champion dam. He is an outstanding exam..
Orofino, Idaho
Chestnut
Morgan
Stallion
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Orofino, ID
ID
$500
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About Clarkston,WA

Clarkston was first settled in 1862 by Robert Bracken, and was officially incorporated on August 14, 1902. Before becoming an official town, the area was known by various names, including Jawbone Flats, Lewiston, and Concord (after Concord, Massachusetts). The name Clarkston is a reference to William Clark, of the Lewis and Clark Expedition fame. Lewiston, across the Idaho state line from Clarkston, is named for Meriwether Lewis, and is the larger and older of the two cities. Neither Lewis or Clark ever visited the Clarkston side of the river.