Welsh Ponies for Sale near Salem, OR

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Darling, 12.2 hand, 8 year old, Welsh mare, looking for new rider to grow w..
Wilsonville, Oregon
Blue Roan
Welsh Pony
Mare
11
Wilsonville, OR
OR
$6,500
Welsh Pony Stallion
2004 Reg. Sec B Welsh Pony stallion. Flying Diamond Durriken B -43012. B..
Mill City, Oregon
Bay Roan
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Mill City, OR
OR
$2,500
Welsh Pony Mare
Gypsy Vanner Horse. Amazingly beautiful Filly. Loads of feather. Very colo..
Silverton, Oregon
Welsh Pony
Mare
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Silverton, OR
OR
$22,000
Welsh Pony Stallion
I bought snickers with the intent to geld him, I bought him for my children..
Portland, Oregon
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Portland, OR
OR
$250
Welsh Pony Stallion
Tango is a beautiful Bay Cob stallion that has an incredible disposition, m..
Sheridan, Oregon
Bay
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Sheridan, OR
OR
$650
Welsh Pony Stallion
Foxy, is a 14 yr, 13. 0 3 / 4h, welsh / TB, liver chestnut, gelding. He's ..
Portland, Oregon
Chestnut
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Portland, OR
OR
$8,500
Welsh Pony Stallion
Buster is 13. 1h, welsh / cross, black gelding. He has smooth gaits, jumps..
Portland, Oregon
Black
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Portland, OR
OR
$8,000
Welsh Pony Stallion
Morgan is the IDEAL Section C Stallion. He has the Type, Conformation, Mov..
Sheridan, Oregon
Buckskin
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Sheridan, OR
OR
$800
Welsh Pony Mare
Princess is a Bright Bay with lots of white fancy Half Welsh / Pinto 2 year..
Sheridan, Oregon
Chestnut
Welsh Pony
Mare
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Sheridan, OR
OR
$2,500
Welsh Pony Mare
Knotty is a 5 year Chestnut Roan Grand Champion Section B Mare. She has bea..
Sheridan, Oregon
Welsh Pony
Mare
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Sheridan, OR
OR
$5,000
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About Salem,OR

The Native Americans who inhabited the central Willamette Valley at first European contact, the Kalapuya, called the area Chim-i-ki-ti, which means "meeting or resting place" in the Central Kalapuya language (Santiam). When the Methodist Mission moved to the area, they called the new establishment Chemeketa; although it was more widely known as the Mill, because of its situation on Mill Creek. When the Oregon Institute was established, the community became known as the Institute. When the Institute was dissolved, the trustees decided to lay out a town site on the Institute lands. Some possible sources for the name "Salem" include William H.