Horses for Sale near Chelan, WA

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Mare
Only reason I am selling her is because I wont be able to take her with me ..
Cashmere, Washington
Gray
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Cashmere, WA
WA
Sold
Quarter Horse Mare
Broke to ride, has never bucked, too quick for me. Needs a job and experi..
Quincy, Washington
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Quincy, WA
WA
$2,500
Appendix Mare
Jessi is such a great horse. We are not sure of her age but think 13-15? Sh..
Waterville, Washington
Buckskin
Appendix
Mare
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Waterville, WA
WA
$1,200
Arabian Stallion
Chief is a loving gelding, who wants to please. He does it all, and is "bom..
Cashmere, Washington
White
Arabian
Stallion
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Cashmere, WA
WA
$1,200
Morgan Mare
Fancy has shown in 4- H and open for 6 years. Loves jumping. Is very athle..
Soap Lake, Washington
Bay
Morgan
Mare
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Soap Lake, WA
WA
$4,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Native Agent is a big, beautiful, mare by August Agent - Nijinsky - Norther..
Omak, Washington
Gray
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Omak, WA
WA
$1,500
Half Arabian Mare
CW Shianne is a nice looking filly that needs to go to a loving home. She i..
Omak, Washington
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Mare
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Omak, WA
WA
$700
Paint Stallion
"Charlie" is proven as both an All - Around Performer and Producer. SUPERIO..
East Wenatchee, Washington
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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East Wenatchee, WA
WA
$750
Arabian Stallion
Exotic Bay Straight EgyptianColt, born 3 / 14 / 03.See his Sire, Ravenwood ..
Ephrata, Washington
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Ephrata, WA
WA
$5,500
Morgan Mare
Online video now available She is broke to halter, leads well, lunges, stan..
Wenatchee, Washington
Chestnut
Morgan
Mare
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Wenatchee, WA
WA
$2,800
Quarter Horse Stallion
POCOS FANCY FRECKLES is a beautiful straight legged colt with well balance ..
Cashmere, Washington
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Cashmere, WA
WA
$3,500
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About Chelan,WA

The Chelan area was home to Salish speaking Native Americans known as the Chelan tribe prior to white settlement in the late 1800s. But before the settlers arrived, a new beast, the horse, came and with it just as quickly were smallpox, measles and other deadly infectious diseases. These diseases wiped out an estimated 90% of the Indians before David Thompson, the very first explorer in the area, arrived on the Columbia in 1811. The horse and the culture of the horse so prevalent with Indians of the Plains also took over by the time explorers and settlers arrived, so it is difficult to know what the original inhabitants' lives were truly like and who the Indians were before these monumental changes to their way of life. A people of the horse, though, they quickly became, adopting Plains Indian dress, beadwork, and more, and with white settlers came far more changes.