Reining Horses for Sale near Kirkland, WA

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Shining sug - Mare in Spanaway, WA
Shining sug
Cute bay mare, great papers! Sweet temperment and ground manners. Great for..
Spanaway, Washington
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
7
Spanaway, WA
WA
$2,498
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
-
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
-
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
-
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
-
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
-
Bremerton, WA
WA
$2,500
Paint Mare
Sire is Norfleet Hobby Gold, can be seen at www. whinnyFarmsStallionStation..
Tacoma, Washington
Buckskin
Paint
Mare
-
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
-
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
-
Snohomish, WA
WA
$3,000
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About Kirkland,WA

The land around Lake Washington to the east of Seattle was first settled by Native Americans. English settlers arrived in the late 1860s, when the McGregor and Popham families built homesteads in what is now the Houghton neighborhood. Four miles (6 km) to the north people also settled near what is now called Juanita Bay, a favored campsite of the Natives because a wild potato, " wapatos", thrived there. The Curtis family arrived in the area in the 1870s, followed by the French family in 1872. The Forbes family homesteaded what is now Juanita Beach Park in 1876, and settled on Rose Hill in 1877.