Pinto Horses for Sale near Grand Rapids, MI

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Reba - Mare in Kalamazoo, MI
Reba
⭐️ For Sale ⭐️ to amazing home only!!! Reba - Fancydontletmedown Registere..
Kalamazoo, Michigan
Red Roan
Pinto
Mare
7
Kalamazoo, MI
MI
$25,000
Pinto Mare
Mayven has a sweet personality, loves the trails, goes through water, trai..
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Tobiano
Pinto
Mare
-
Grand Rapids, MI
MI
$1,650
Pinto Mare
Mayven has a sweet personality, loves the trails, goes through water, trai..
Marne, Michigan
Bay
Pinto
Mare
-
Marne, MI
MI
$1,600
Pinto Mare
She is a real nice filly a big lover..
Delton, Michigan
Pinto
Mare
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Delton, MI
MI
$1,000
Pinto Mare
This filly is a real looker she has graet marking and color she is a grula..
Delton, Michigan
Grulla
Pinto
Mare
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Delton, MI
MI
$1,000
Pinto Mare
Snickers is a 3 year old filly started under saddle. I've done english and..
Spring Lake, Michigan
Black
Pinto
Mare
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Spring Lake, MI
MI
$1,100
Pinto Mare
Mayven is very nicely marked and has blue highlights in her brown eyes (ve..
Grand Haven, Michigan
Pinto
Mare
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Grand Haven, MI
MI
$1,500
Pinto Stallion
3 and a half years old, very pretty coloring, green broke, needs a strong b..
Newaygo, Michigan
Black Overo
Pinto
Stallion
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Newaygo, MI
MI
$500
Pinto Stallion
Luke has been sold, please see our other quality pintos for sale..
Lakeview, Michigan
Chestnut
Pinto
Stallion
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Lakeview, MI
MI
$600
Pinto Stallion
Truly pretty, nicely built bay pinto with lots of trot. Excellent hock act..
Lakeview, Michigan
Bay
Pinto
Stallion
-
Lakeview, MI
MI
$750
Pinto Mare
patches is 131 / 2 or 14 hh tall. bay and White in color, very loving, good..
Cedar Springs, Michigan
Bay
Pinto
Mare
-
Cedar Springs, MI
MI
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About Grand Rapids,MI

For thousands of years, succeeding cultures of indigenous peoples occupied the area. Over 2000 years ago, people associated with the Hopewell culture occupied the Grand River Valley. Later, a tribe from the Ottawa River traveled to the Grand River valley, fighting three battles with the Prairie Indians who were established in the area. The tribe later split, with the Chippewas settling in the northern lower peninsula, the Pottawatomies staying south of the Kalamazoo River and the Ottawa staying in central Michigan. By the late 1600s, the Ottawa, who occupied territory around the Great Lakes and spoke one of the numerous Algonquian languages, moved into the Grand Rapids area and founded several villages along the Grand River.