American Warmblood Horses for Sale near Glasgow, KY

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American Warmblood Stallion
Super gelding with show tons of dressage show experience. Shown up to Trai..
Franklin, Kentucky
Chestnut
American Warmblood
Stallion
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Franklin, KY
KY
$7,750
American Warmblood Stallion
Nice horse, going well at Intro level, moving towards training, great gait..
Franklin, Kentucky
Chestnut
American Warmblood
Stallion
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Franklin, KY
KY
$9,000
American Warmblood Mare
Three lovely almost two year old warmbloods for sale. Two fillies, one colt..
Upton, Kentucky
Bay
American Warmblood
Mare
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Upton, KY
KY
$4,500
American Warmblood Mare
Ceila is a 4 yr old dk bay mare. Her dam is a beautiful adopted mustang now..
Upton, Kentucky
American Warmblood
Mare
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Upton, KY
KY
$4,000
American Warmblood Mare
Aurora is a lovely dk bay TK yearling. Her sire is Aegypt, a Supreme AWS T..
Upton, Kentucky
American Warmblood
Mare
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Upton, KY
KY
$4,500
American Warmblood Stallion
Fiddler is a handsome bay yearling by Th mare, Texas Bar Made (Native Dance..
Upton, Kentucky
Bay
American Warmblood
Stallion
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Upton, KY
KY
$4,000
American Warmblood Mare
Addalaide is indeed royalty. Her grandfather on dam's side is Mane Minister..
Upton, Kentucky
Bay
American Warmblood
Mare
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Upton, KY
KY
$6,500
American Warmblood Stallion
Giant has navicular syndrome but maintains soundness well. The previous own..
Upton, Kentucky
Gray
American Warmblood
Stallion
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Upton, KY
KY
$500
American Warmblood Mare
Ceila is truly an unusual cross! Her dam is a beautiful adopted wild mustan..
Upton, Kentucky
American Warmblood
Mare
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Upton, KY
KY
$4,000
American Warmblood Stallion
Fiddler is a light bay yearling out of a Th mare with great racing bloodlin..
Upton, Kentucky
Bay
American Warmblood
Stallion
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Upton, KY
KY
$4,000
American Warmblood Mare
Addalaide is indeed royalty! Her grandfather on dam's side is Mane Minister..
Upton, Kentucky
Bay
American Warmblood
Mare
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Upton, KY
KY
$6,500
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About Glasgow,KY

The city of Glasgow was established by the state assembly in 1799. The same year, the community was selected as the seat of a new county, owing to its central location, its large spring, native John Gorin's donation of 50 acres (20 ha) for public buildings, and its being named for the Scottish hometown of the father of William Logan, one of the two commissioners charged with selecting the county seat. A post office was established in 1803, and the town received its city rights in 1809. Historic homes All across Glasgow are historic homes that can date back to the early 1800s. The most popular part of town with these homes is South Green Street, this street has many historic houses that have many different architectural styles including Colonial, Federal, and Victorian.