Reining Horses for Sale near Edmonds, WA

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Quarter Horse Stallion
CJ has been the perfect horse. He will go anywhere and do anything! He has ..
Lake Stevens, Washington
Red Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Lake Stevens, WA
WA
$3,200
Quarter Horse Stallion
AQHA registered, Sire:Zippin color, Dam: Maxis mountianmaday, very gentle, ..
Snohomish, Washington
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Snohomish, WA
WA
$4,500
Paint Mare
Twist is a very athletic mare that needs someone to take her somewhere! Ver..
Monroe, Washington
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Monroe, WA
WA
$4,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Great foundation blood lines (Poco Bueno, Three Bars, Scootin Spook) Excell..
Tacoma, Washington
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Tacoma, WA
WA
$800
Paint Mare
Take a look at This filly's new pictures 11-8-03 and papers just 6 months ..
Bremerton, Washington
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Bremerton, WA
WA
$2,500
Paint Mare
Sire is Norfleet Hobby Gold, can be seen at www. whinnyFarmsStallionStation..
Tacoma, Washington
Buckskin
Paint
Mare
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Tacoma, WA
WA
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Height:15:0 hands Weight:1080 lbs 5 YO liver chestnut (no markings) Registe..
Snohomish, Washington
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Snohomish, WA
WA
$2,500
Paint Stallion
This is a Nice gelding with a lot of offer to a person with time on thier h..
Snohomish, Washington
Bay
Paint
Stallion
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Snohomish, WA
WA
$3,000
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About Edmonds,WA

Prior to the 19th century, the Edmonds area was inhabited by the Suquamish tribe, who foraged and fished near the flat beach forming modern-day downtown. No archaeological evidence of a permanent settlement in Edmonds has been found, despite claims that a fishing village had existed near the modern-day downtown. An exploratory expedition of Puget Sound led by Charles Wilkes charted the Edmonds area in 1841, naming "Point Edmund" (now Point Edwards) to the southwest of the modern-day downtown. A 147-acre (59 ha) land claim for the area was filed by Pleasant Ewell in 1866 and was sold to various landowners before being eventually purchased by Canadian-born logger George Brackett in 1872 for $650. Brackett had allegedly found the future site of Edmonds in 1870 while searching for potential logging areas on his canoe, which was blown ashore during a storm.