Pinto Horses for Sale near Muskegon, MI

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Pinto Mare
Mayven has a sweet personality, loves the trails, goes through water, trai..
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Tobiano
Pinto
Mare
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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
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Marne, MI
MI
$1,600
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 Mare
patches is 131 / 2 or 14 hh tall. bay and White in color, very loving, good..
Cedar Springs, Michigan
Bay
Pinto
Mare
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Cedar Springs, MI
MI
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About Muskegon,MI

Human occupation of the Muskegon area goes back seven or eight thousand years to the nomadic Paleo-Indian hunters who occupied the area following the retreat of the Wisconsonian glaciations [ citation needed ]. The Paleo-Indians were superseded by several stages of Woodland Indian developments, the most notable of whom were the Hopewellian type-tradition, which occupied this area, perhaps two thousand years ago [ citation needed ]. During historic times, the Muskegon area was inhabited by various bands of the Odawa (Ottawa) and Pottawatomi Indian tribes, but by 1830 Muskegon was solely an Ottawa village. Perhaps the best remembered of the area's Indian inhabitants was the Ottawa Indian Chief, Pendalouan. A leading participant in the French-inspired annihilation of the Fox Indians of Illinois in the 1730s, Pendalouan and his people lived in the Muskegon vicinity during the 1730s and 1740s until the French induced them to move their settlement to the Traverse Bay area in 1742.