Quarter Horses for Sale near Wiscasset, ME

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 - Gelding in West Gardiner, ME
Quarter Horse Gelding
Due to the storm I have no phone at this time, please call my work number a..
West Gardiner, Maine
Black
Quarter Horse
Gelding
17
West Gardiner, ME
ME
$800
 - Mare in Cape Elizabeth, ME
Quarter Horse Mare
Ez is just like her name. She is sweet and gentle,she is perfect for a new ..
Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
17
Cape Elizabeth, ME
ME
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Triple registered N / N filly enrolled in the Incentive Fund and the Breed..
Hallowell, Maine
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
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
Little Miss Additude (Addy) is 7 yrs. old & 14. 2 hh. Loves trails or bac..
Wiscasset, Maine
Overo
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Wiscasset, ME
ME
$1,300
Quarter Horse Mare
Mare and Foal sold together. Colt born 10 / 5 / 2005 should mature 15 hand..
Bath, Maine
Red Dun
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bath, ME
ME
$1,900
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
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
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About Wiscasset,ME

Author Lea Wait has written an ongoing series of children’s novels that are set in Wiscasset, including: Stopping to Home, set in 1806 (Named a Smithsonian Magazine Notable Children’s Book); Seaward Born (1805, the setting of this book moved from Charleston, NC to Boston, MA to Wiscasset); Wintering Well (1820); Finest Kind (1838); and Uncertain Glory (1861). Wiscasset is one of many important Maine settings in The Moosepath Saga by Van Reid, an ongoing series of historical novels taking place in the late 1890s and including Cordelia Underwood, or the Marvelous Beginnings of the Moosepath League, which was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. In these tales of adventure and humor, events by turns perilous and comic occur in Wiscasset, including the hunt for an escaped circus bear and a pursuit and gun battle on the Sheepscott River off the shores of the town. Certain historic homes and landmarks, including the Old Jail, form part of the settings; and at least two characters – County Sheriff Charles Piper and Jailer Seth Patterson - are based on real people. The books in the series in which Wiscasset plays an important part are Cordelia Underwood, or the Marvelous Beginnings of the Moosepath League; Mollie Peer, or the Underground Adventure of the Moosepath League; and Daniel Plainway, or the Holiday Haunting of the Moosepath League.