Reining Horses for Sale near Battle Creek, MI

Post Free Ad
Advanced Search
SR Laal Nvda - Mare in Lagrange, IN
SR Laal Nvda
Up for your consideration is this gorgeous Sorrel FewSpot Blanket Appaloosa..
Lagrange, Indiana
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Mare
3
Lagrange, IN
IN
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Zeke would be great at reining, cutting, roping, barrels, poles, halter, e..
Hastings, Michigan
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Hastings, MI
MI
$3,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Zeke is started well neat neck rein and sliding stop. Not afraid to go ove..
Hastings, Michigan
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Hastings, MI
MI
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Unbridled Spirit Ranch is selling a few choice mares out of our Leo breedi..
Allegan, Michigan
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Allegan, MI
MI
Contact
Paint Stallion
Barrels, Poles or Pleasure classes? This colt should do it all! White on f..
Jackson, Michigan
Paint
Stallion
-
Jackson, MI
MI
$1,200
Paint Stallion
Tovero, medicine hat with exceptional breeding. Dam is Zipped With Style w..
Olivet, Michigan
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
-
Olivet, MI
MI
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
'Casey'QH#4178208 is Skipper W top and bottom. He is flashy sorrel with wi..
Olivet, Michigan
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Olivet, MI
MI
$3,200
Paint Mare
This filly is out of NCHA cutting mare Misty Oak who goes to Mr San Peppy 3..
Olivet, Michigan
Paint
Mare
-
Olivet, MI
MI
$4,600
Paint Stallion
Beautiful Homozygous Grullo / Grulla Stallion, Look at his pedigree! All - ..
Constantine, Michigan
Grulla
Paint
Stallion
-
Constantine, MI
MI
$600
Quarter Horse Stallion
Sherman has a lot of Reining and cow horse in his bloodlines. He is very qu..
Caledonia, Michigan
Brown
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Caledonia, MI
MI
$4,000
Mustang Stallion
Rio has been shown in 4- H doing Western Pleasure and Gymkana. He has had t..
Hillsdale, Michigan
Mustang
Stallion
-
Hillsdale, MI
MI
$1,200
1

About Battle Creek,MI

In about 1774, the Potawatomi and the Ottawa Native American tribes formed a joint village near the future Battle Creek, Michigan. Battle Creek was named for a minor encounter on March 14, 1824, between a federal government land survey party led by Colonel John Mullett and two Potawatomi Indians, who had approached the survey camp asking for food. They were hungry because the Army was late in delivering the supplies promised them by the treaty of 1820. After a protracted discussion, the Native Americans allegedly tried to steal food. One of the surveyors grabbed his rifle and shot one of the Potawatomies, seriously wounding him.