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Cooper - Gelding in Daly City, CA
Cooper
Cooper is a 16 year old OTTB. I’ve owned him for about seven years. Cooper ..
Daly City, California
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
16
Daly City, CA
CA
$8,000
Morgan Stallion
Bullseye is an exceptional stallion. To watch him at play is to watch a re..
Novato, California
Morgan
Stallion
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Novato, CA
CA
$7,000
Kentucky Mountain Stallion
We at www. onegoodgait. com pride ourself in a great gaited trail horse, a..
Santa Rosa, California
Palomino
Kentucky Mountain
Stallion
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Santa Rosa, CA
CA
$5,900
Quarter Horse Stallion
Dallas! 15 year old, Quarter Horse, Gelding. Liver Chestnut, an awe..
Healdsburg, California
Liver Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Healdsburg, CA
CA
$4,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
A Classic Shot is a very popular light shod horse who won about everything ..
Petaluma, California
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Petaluma, CA
CA
$550
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Shown trail pleasure (natural) and model. He is always in the top 5 ribbon..
Petaluma, California
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Petaluma, CA
CA
$5,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
So flashy, we just had to call him "Bling Bling. " This beatiful young hors..
Santa Rosa, California
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Santa Rosa, CA
CA
$10,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
By Half a Year, out of Lottaleese, by Raft. Gorgeous dark bay over 17 hands..
Dixon, California
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Dixon, CA
CA
$500
Thoroughbred Mare
13 yr. old chestnut tb mare -16 hands - sound and no vices - easy to ride e..
Santa Rosa, California
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Santa Rosa, CA
CA
$4,500
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About Cotati,CA

The Coast Miwok civilization thrived in the Cotati area since at least 2000 BC, with principal villages built near major streams. Documented villages in the area included Lumen-takala (northeast of present-day Cotati), Payinecha (west of present-day Cotati), and Kotati. In 1827, an Irishman named John Thomas Reed ventured into Miwok territory and built a cabin near Crane Creek. After the natives burned it, he retreated south to Mill Valley. In July 1844, the Mexican government granted Rancho Cotate (encompassing present-day towns of Cotati, Penngrove and Rohnert Park, and home to Coast Miwok people) to Captain Juan Castaneda, a Mexican military commander from Texas, in payment for his service as a soldier under General Vallejo.