Reining Horses for Sale near Helena, MT

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Another Diamond - Mare in Canyon Creek, MT
Another Diamond
Scottsdale 2019 Top Ten Jr. Reiner, Top ten Western Dressage. Sired by Lik..
Canyon Creek, Montana
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
5
Canyon Creek, MT
MT
$9,500
Paint Mare
Fiesta has the whole package. She has gorgeous tobiano markings, a great ..
Helena, Montana
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
-
Helena, MT
MT
$5,000
Paint Stallion
Sage is a 2006, APHA registered bay tobiano that leads, loads, ties and is..
Helena, Montana
Bay
Paint
Stallion
-
Helena, MT
MT
$1,400
Paint Stallion
Blue is a sorrel overo colt born May 14, 2008. His dam, Splashedwithdiamo..
Helena, Montana
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
-
Helena, MT
MT
$9,500
Paint Stallion
EXCELLENT Stud Prospect. Good bone mass, awesome athletic ability, beautif..
Townsend, Montana
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
-
Townsend, MT
MT
$1,800
Paint Mare
BooBoo is very large boned and is one solid filly. She has a big hip, long..
Townsend, Montana
Paint
Mare
-
Townsend, MT
MT
$2,200
Paint Mare
Very large boned and one solid filly with a big hip, long pasterns, big fe..
Townsend, Montana
Paint
Mare
-
Townsend, MT
MT
$2,200
Paint Stallion
Derby is VERY Athletic, can turn / stop on a dime, and LOVES to RUN. He ha..
Townsend, Montana
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
-
Townsend, MT
MT
$850
Paint Stallion
Itsa Dunn Deal (Tanner) is Homozygous for the paint and tobiano gene. He is..
Helena, Montana
Dun
Paint
Stallion
-
Helena, MT
MT
$5,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Tari" is a 1995 red dun stallion with an excellent bloodline, breed for an..
Boulder, Montana
Red Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Boulder, MT
MT
$350
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About Helena,MT

The Helena area was long inhabited by various indigenous peoples. Evidence from the McHaffie and Indian Creek sites on opposite sides of the Elkhorn Mountains southeast of the Helena Valley show that people of the Folsom culture lived in the area more than 10,000 years ago. Before the introduction of the horse 300 years ago, and since, other native peoples, including the Salish and the Blackfeet, visited the area seasonally on their nomadic rounds. By the early 1800s people of European descent from the United States and British Canada began arriving to work the streams of the Missouri River watershed looking for fur-bearing animals like the beaver, undoubtedly bringing them through the area now known as the Helena Valley. Yet like the native peoples none of them stayed for long.