Trail Horses for Sale near Whitefish, MT

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Quarter Horse Mare
PEPPER is a 7 yr. old 14. 2 hand Quarter horse red roan mare. She is very..
Kalispell, Montana
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Kalispell, MT
MT
$850
Icelandic Stallion
Friendly, Willing, Trail Rides, Great w / kids, beginners, used for lesson..
Whitefish, Montana
Bay
Icelandic
Stallion
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Whitefish, MT
MT
$5,500
Icelandic Stallion
Well mannered! Awesome on trail or arena! Easy to groom and trailer! Awe..
Whitefish, Montana
Icelandic
Stallion
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Whitefish, MT
MT
$5,500
Welsh Pony Stallion
Just Finish For A Flashy Show Mount!! Northstars Zane Gray is a coming 6- y..
Eureka, Montana
Gray
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Eureka, MT
MT
$1,500
Azteca Stallion
Loads Of Miles Azteca Gelding!! Price Reduced!! Crow is a well - built, 9 y..
Columbia Falls, Montana
Gray
Azteca
Stallion
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Columbia Falls, MT
MT
$3,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Great Broodmare or riding horse. Great Bloodlines and attitude. A real Swee..
Coram, Montana
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Coram, MT
MT
$1,500
Mustang Stallion
This horse has not been used much the last year. Needs an experienced Train..
Eureka, Montana
Mustang
Stallion
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Eureka, MT
MT
$600
Paint Mare
WHAT A DEAL!!! Wyse Lady is a 6 year old APHA registered sorrel tobiano mar..
Kalispell, Montana
Paint
Mare
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Kalispell, MT
MT
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Older mare. . . had a foal in 2001. . was pastured bred in 2002 not sure is..
Kalispell, Montana
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Kalispell, MT
MT
$800
Mustang Mare
Sugar is a black bay mustang mare. She has been ridden as a trailhorse in t..
Kalispell, Montana
Mustang
Mare
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Kalispell, MT
MT
$2,000
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About Whitefish,MT

The Great Northern Railway was built through what is now Whitefish in 1904, which sparked development of the town. The area was originally known as Stumptown due to the abundant amount of timber that had to be cleared to build the town and railroad and because tree stumps were left in the streets throughout downtown. Early residents of the town worked for the railroad and nearby logging industries. By the late 1940s, with the successful construction of a ski resort on Big Mountain (a collaboration among local businessmen) the tourism sector was becoming increasingly important. The community was named for its location near Whitefish Lake.