Youth Horses for Sale near Muskegon, MI

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I'm currently looking for a well broke, bomb-proof horse. I would use him o..
Cedar Springs, Michigan
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Mare
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Cedar Springs, MI
MI
$900
Miniature Mare
AMHR 6 year old palomino mare. She is 35 inch's tall and would make a very ..
White Cloud, Michigan
Palomino
Miniature
Mare
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White Cloud, MI
MI
$1,300
Quarter Horse Mare
Bella is a 14 hh, 16 yr old, gray, mare. She has been trail ridden, shown ..
Custer, Michigan
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Custer, MI
MI
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
quit horse. he loads, clips, baths, and trailers. he has shown halter as a..
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Grand Rapids, MI
MI
$4,500
Pony Stallion
P. D. is a loveable pony that is sadly outgrown. He enjoys gentle children ..
Grand Haven, Michigan
Pony
Stallion
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Grand Haven, MI
MI
$1,250
Paint Stallion
Liver chestnut tobiano gelding. Already aprox 15 hh. He will be big; built..
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Grand Rapids, MI
MI
$1,800
Miniature Mare
She has been shown in 4- H and open shows, used with lessons, clinics, hand..
Holland, Michigan
Palomino
Miniature
Mare
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Holland, MI
MI
$1,000
Arabian Mare
"Rosie" has been with us for several years. She is a great 4- H kids horse,..
Holton, Michigan
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Holton, MI
MI
$3,500
Haflinger Stallion
Cute purebreed Halflinger colt. Kids have played with him. Mother on site -..
Whitehall, Michigan
Palomino
Haflinger
Stallion
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Whitehall, MI
MI
$650
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About Muskegon,MI

Human occupation of the Muskegon area goes back seven or eight thousand years to the nomadic Paleo-Indian hunters who occupied the area following the retreat of the Wisconsonian glaciations [ citation needed ]. The Paleo-Indians were superseded by several stages of Woodland Indian developments, the most notable of whom were the Hopewellian type-tradition, which occupied this area, perhaps two thousand years ago [ citation needed ]. During historic times, the Muskegon area was inhabited by various bands of the Odawa (Ottawa) and Pottawatomi Indian tribes, but by 1830 Muskegon was solely an Ottawa village. Perhaps the best remembered of the area's Indian inhabitants was the Ottawa Indian Chief, Pendalouan. A leading participant in the French-inspired annihilation of the Fox Indians of Illinois in the 1730s, Pendalouan and his people lived in the Muskegon vicinity during the 1730s and 1740s until the French induced them to move their settlement to the Traverse Bay area in 1742.