Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Red Lake Falls, MN

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Thoroughbred Stallion
Dudley is a super friendly six year old thoroughbred gelding. We use him ..
Crookston, Minnesota
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Crookston, MN
MN
$1,500
Appendix Stallion
*PRICE REDUCED* This 2 year old gelding is currently residing at the Unive..
Crookston, Minnesota
Palomino
Appendix
Stallion
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Crookston, MN
MN
$2,500
Appendix Mare
*PRICE REDUCED* This yearling filly is absolutely adorable and is currentl..
Crookston, Minnesota
Chestnut
Appendix
Mare
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Crookston, MN
MN
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
this mare worked cattle trailed this mare wouldbe great for a lady or an ex..
Gonvick, Minnesota
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Gonvick, MN
MN
$2,750
Quarter Horse Stallion
this horse was showen english, western pleasure, trail, horsemanship, plac..
Gonvick, Minnesota
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Gonvick, MN
MN
$8,000
Appaloosa Stallion
Huey is an awesome 2 yr old gelding. Super quiet! Would make great youth o..
Fisher, Minnesota
Red Dun
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Fisher, MN
MN
$2,000
Paint Stallion
Mister is a nice registered western pleasure horse and with a little work c..
Halstad, Minnesota
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Halstad, MN
MN
$3,200
Paint Mare
Nice 2 year old APHA filly "SUNSHINES PRIDE" . she is going to get 15 hands..
Grand Forks, North Dakota
Palomino
Paint
Mare
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Grand Forks, ND
ND
$650
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About Red Lake Falls,MN

Red Lake Falls was the site of a North West Company fur post as early as 1796 or 1797, making it one of the oldest sites of European occupation in the State of Minnesota. A French Canadian fur trader, Jean Baptiste Cadotte, partner of the noted British-Canadian fur trader, Alexander Henry the elder, established the post as part of a strategy to ward off Hudson's Bay Company intrusion into the Red River Valley. The famous Canadian explorer David Thompson took shelter from a storm in Cadotte's cabin here in March 1798. The post was abandoned early in the 1800s, as British fur traders withdrew from United States territory. The surrounding territory was homesteaded by French-American settlers led by Pierre Bottineau, who were relocating via ox cart from their temporary stopping points in Ramsey and Hennepin Counties, Minnesota, in 1876.