Quarter Horses for Sale near Belfast, ME

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Quarter Horse Mare
Triple registered N / N filly enrolled in the Incentive Fund and the Breed..
Hallowell, Maine
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Hallowell, ME
ME
$4,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Have video and pictures available upon request! Well mannered, proven show..
Winslow, Maine
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Winslow, ME
ME
$10,000
Quarter Horse Mare
sequoia is a reg. aqha red roan yearling filly. she has a blaze and 2 hind ..
Clinton, Maine
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Clinton, ME
ME
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
This Mare WILL Take You To The Congress or World Show!!! This mare has wo..
Madison, Maine
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Madison, ME
ME
$45,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Zipped Outta Town is a 3 year old AQHA registered sorrel gelding by Docs Ou..
Madison, Maine
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Madison, ME
ME
$3,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Tuff Skippin Zip is a 6 year old AQHA registered bay mare by Sizzlin Zippo ..
Madison, Maine
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Madison, ME
ME
$4,500
Quarter Horse Mare
No reasonable offer will be refused!!! Steebars Classy Lady is a 10 year o..
Madison, Maine
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Madison, ME
ME
$3,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Grand Champion Youth Halter mare with Western Pleasure points. Im Tuff To ..
Madison, Maine
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Madison, ME
ME
$9,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Great All Around Champion. AQHA Resister of Merit. State 2002 MHA Champion ..
Waterville, Maine
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Waterville, ME
ME
$5,800
Quarter Horse Mare
Slightly Unexpected is a 2 year old AQHA registered bay mare by Leaugers La..
Madison, Maine
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Madison, ME
ME
$7,500
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About Belfast,ME

The area was once territory of the Penobscot tribe of Abenaki Native Americans, which each summer visited the seashore to hunt for fish, shellfish and seafowl. In 1630, it became part of the Muscongus Patent, which granted rights for English trading posts with the Native Americans, especially for the lucrative fur trade. About 1720, General Samuel Waldo of Boston bought the Muscongus Patent, which had evolved into outright ownership of the land, and was thereafter known as the Waldo Patent. Waldo died in 1759, and his heirs would sell the plantation of Passagassawakeag (named after its river) to 35 Scots-Irish proprietors from Londonderry, New Hampshire. Renamed Belfast after Belfast, Northern Ireland, it was first settled in 1770, and incorporated as a town in 1773.