Trail Horses for Sale near Bowdoinham, ME

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Quarter Horse Mare
Ez is just like her name. She is sweet and gentle,she is perfect for a new ..
Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cape Elizabeth, ME
ME
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Breeders Trust enrolled N / N sorrel overo gelding. 2 ROM's, Superior Am...
Hallowell, Maine
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Hallowell, ME
ME
$4,500
Appendix Stallion
Luke At Me Gelding Sam Luka. Great, quiet, giving temperment, never been ..
Falmouth, Maine
Bay
Appendix
Stallion
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Falmouth, ME
ME
$1,250
Arabian Stallion
Purebred Egyptian Arabian. Morafic bloodlines. The perfect horse for a con..
Falmouth, Maine
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Falmouth, ME
ME
$1,800
Oldenburg Stallion
6 yr. Old 17. 2h Oldenburg gelding. Sorry no papers and not branded. He i..
Bridgton, Maine
Chestnut
Oldenburg
Stallion
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Bridgton, ME
ME
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Paint Mare
Kota is a phenomenal Mom and a very smart girl. She can be ridden, but has..
Casco, Maine
Tobiano
Paint
Mare
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Casco, ME
ME
$3,300
Arabian Stallion
beautiful light bay, small star, RF sock, dorsal stripe, rides E / W, good ..
South Paris, Maine
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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South Paris, ME
ME
$2,200
Belgian Draft Mare
Belgian draft team, 9 / 10 years old, gelding / mare. They ride, drive bot..
Bowdoinham, Maine
Bay
Belgian Draft
Mare
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Bowdoinham, ME
ME
$8,000
Arabian Stallion
Intelligent, energetic hunter / pleasure or endurance / competitive trail r..
Waterville, Maine
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Waterville, ME
ME
$2,750
Thoroughbred Stallion
Major has been used as training level lesson horse for young beginners. He ..
Brunswick, Maine
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Brunswick, ME
ME
$800
Quarter Horse Mare
Great All Around Champion. AQHA Resister of Merit. State 2002 MHA Champion ..
Waterville, Maine
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Waterville, ME
ME
$5,800
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About Bowdoinham,ME

Fort Richmond was built upriver in 1719, protecting the area and encouraging British settlement. About 1720, the mouth of the Cathance River was first settled by Captain Gyles Watkins. But during Dummer's War, in the summer of 1723 all buildings in the region were burned and cattle killed by the Norridgewocks and their 250 Indian allies from New France. The Kennebec River region was abandoned. When Gov.