Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Menominee, MI

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Fun - Gelding in Kewaunee, WI
Fun
3 yr. old red dun. Must sell due to medical issue. Ground work all done, ha..
Kewaunee, Wisconsin
Dun
Quarter Horse
Gelding
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Kewaunee, WI
WI
Sold
Arabian Mare
Double Padron Filly out of Marenello ( Magnum Psyche) out of a Padron Psyc..
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Green Bay, WI
WI
$15,000
Appaloosa Mare
Lilly is being used as a lesson horse right now. The student that is using..
Peshtigo, Wisconsin
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Mare
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Peshtigo, WI
WI
$1,300
Paint Mare
CJ Sea Four Dynamite has excellant bloodlines and would make a great broodm..
Gillett, Wisconsin
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Gillett, WI
WI
$2,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
COLORFUL CONNECTION 1988 AQHA Foundation Bred Sorrel Stallion. Also APHA Ap..
Lena, Wisconsin
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Lena, WI
WI
$10,000
Paint Stallion
"The Mark of Zorro is a true gentleman. Easy to hand breed and kind to his..
Vulcan, Michigan
Paint
Stallion
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Vulcan, MI
MI
$15,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Gorgeous all around mare, shown 4- H for the last 3 years, always in the ri..
Egg Harbor, Wisconsin
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Egg Harbor, WI
WI
$2,200
Half Arabian Mare
1987 Arabian / Spanish Mustang. Brave, loves trail rides, lounges, cross ti..
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Red Dun
Half Arabian
Mare
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Green Bay, WI
WI
$2,000
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About Menominee,MI

In historic times, this area was the traditional territory of the Menominee Indian Tribe. The town of Menominee was named after their English name which roughly translates as " wild rice," a nickname given to them by their Ojibwe neighbours based on their cultivation of wild rice as a staple food. In their own language, they are known as Mamaceqtaw which means simply "the people", and the town of Menominee is known as Menīkāneh, which means "at the good village". They were removed to west of the Mississippi River and now have a reservation along the Wolf River in North Central Wisconsin after ceding their territory to the United States in the 1836 Treaty of the Cedars. Menominee gained prominence in the 19th century as a lumber town; in its heyday, it produced more lumber than any other city in the United States of America.