Percheron Horses for Sale near Glendale, CA

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Percheron Mare
Big, 7 year old black Percheron mare, under saddle. Excellent ground manne..
Malibu, California
Black
Percheron
Mare
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Malibu, CA
CA
$4,000
Percheron Stallion
"Brego" A 3 year old, dark bay, Percheron Gelding. Presently 16. 1. Has th..
Moorpark, California
Gray
Percheron
Stallion
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Moorpark, CA
CA
$2,500
Percheron Mare
"Idryll" - A 3 year old, 16. 2 hds, dark bay Percheron mare. Loves people ..
Moorpark, California
Bay
Percheron
Mare
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Moorpark, CA
CA
$2,550
Percheron Mare
"Arwin" A 3 year old, Black, Percheron mare with a small white star. Prese..
Moorpark, California
Black
Percheron
Mare
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Moorpark, CA
CA
$3,800
Percheron Stallion
"Gimli", A late born 3 year old Percheron gelding. Turning grey. Presently..
Moorpark, California
Gray
Percheron
Stallion
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Moorpark, CA
CA
$2,500
Percheron Stallion
"Sauran" Gelding A 3 year old Black Percheron gelding with no markings. Pr..
Moorpark, California
Black
Percheron
Stallion
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Moorpark, CA
CA
$5,000
Percheron Stallion
Registed Percheron Stallion. Available for the 2007 breeding season. A kin..
Moorpark, California
Gray
Percheron
Stallion
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Moorpark, CA
CA
$800
Percheron Mare
- 12 Year Old Bay Mare Percheron Cross - 16 Hands - Competed at Training L..
Moorpark, California
Brown
Percheron
Mare
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Moorpark, CA
CA
$9,000
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About Glendale,CA

The area was long inhabited by the Tongva people (or "People of the Earth"), who were later renamed the Gabrieleños by the Spanish missionaries, after the nearby Mission San Gabriel Arcángel. In 1798, José María Verdugo, a corporal in the Spanish army from Baja California, received the Rancho San Rafael from Governor Diego de Borica, formalizing his possession and use of land on which he had been grazing livestock and farming since 1784. Rancho San Rafael was a Spanish concession, of which 25 were made in California. Unlike the later Mexican land grants, the concessions were similar to grazing permits, with the title remaining with the Spanish crown. In 1860, his grandson Teodoro Verdugo built the Catalina Verdugo Adobe, which is the oldest building in Glendale.