Horses for Sale near Mukilteo, WA

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Thoroughbred Mare
Thoroughbred Mare
Due to unforeseen transfer military family need to find a good home for thi..
Kingston, Washington
Black
Thoroughbred
Mare
19
Kingston, WA
WA
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Rubys Dunn Mpressin
Rubys Dunn Mpressin
Ruby’s a beautiful chestnut mare with a loving personality to die for. Stan..
Snohomish, Washington
Chestnut
Paint
Mare
11
Snohomish, WA
WA
$3,000
Half Arabian Gelding
Half Arabian Gelding
This stunning 2012 16.2 hand Arabian/Dutch gelding “Harley” is schooling 2n..
Snohomish, Washington
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Gelding
8
Snohomish, WA
WA
$35,000
Mare
Mare
Video: https://youtu.be/DWI5mMOaWnM Zooey is a lovely 9 year-old TB/Percher..
Bellevue, Washington
Bay
Mare
14
Bellevue, WA
WA
$7,500
Brodie
Brodie
English all around warmblood for lease born June 30, 2003. 16.3 red bay, lo..
Poulsbo, Washington
Bay
Warmblood
Gelding
17
Poulsbo, WA
WA
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Chincoteague Pony Mare
Chincoteague Pony Mare
She a 14 hand Chincoteague pony who is great with children. She is a gentle..
Sammamish, Washington
Pinto
Chincoteague Pony
Mare
14
Sammamish, WA
WA
$5,000
Copper
Copper
For your consideration Copper - aka “Unspoken Truth - is a 14 year old, 15...
Vashon, Washington
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
15
Vashon, WA
WA
$5,000
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About Mukilteo,WA

The Lushootseed name Muckl-te-oh or Buk-wil-tee-whu ( bəqɬtiyuʔ), meaning "good camping ground" or "narrow passage" according to some sources, was given to the headland and nearby waters by the Snohomish people. The Snohomish had a year-round village in the area for at least 600 years before the arrival of European and American explorers in the 19th century. Early artifacts uncovered during waterfront construction in the 2010s were carbon dated to 1,000 years before present. The Vancouver Expedition, led by British explorer George Vancouver, visited the area on May 30, 1792, and landed at modern-day Mukilteo the following day. Lieutenant William Robert Broughton and botanist Archibald Menzies named the site "Rose Point" after the wild Nootka roses that grew along the shore.