Show Horses for Sale near Oakland, CA

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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
Thoroughbred Mare
"Baby" is a 6 year old thoroughbred mare with tons of heart!!! She has bee..
Portola Valley, California
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Portola Valley, CA
CA
$25,000
Pinto Mare
Out of State of the Art who is the son of Art Deco. Doesn't act silly and ..
San Jose, California
Tobiano
Pinto
Mare
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San Jose, CA
CA
$14,596
Morab Stallion
He is such a cutie and so fun! Always in the ribbons at the shows. Spunky ..
Cotati, California
Chestnut
Morab
Stallion
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Cotati, CA
CA
Contact
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
By Half a Year, out of Lottaleese, by Raft. Gorgeous dark bay over 17 hands..
Dixon, California
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Dixon, CA
CA
$500
Paint Stallion
Offering for sale due to the weak economy, a stunning Black Tobiano gelding..
Brentwood, California
Black
Paint
Stallion
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Brentwood, CA
CA
$2,300
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About Oakland,CA

The earliest known inhabitants were the Huchiun Indians, who lived there for thousands of years. The Huchiun belonged to a linguistic grouping later called the Ohlone (a Miwok word meaning "western people"). In Oakland, they were concentrated around Lake Merritt and Temescal Creek, a stream that enters the San Francisco Bay at Emeryville. In 1772, the area that later became Oakland was colonized, with the rest of California, by Spanish settlers for the King of Spain. In the early 19th century, the Spanish crown granted the East Bay area to Luis María Peralta for his Rancho San Antonio.