Appendix Horses for Sale near Schaghticoke, NY

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Big, beautiful, athletic and incredibly willing this mare is ready to be yo..
Schoharie, New York
Black
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Schoharie, NY
NY
$9,000
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"Merlin" Very well mannered colt. No vices. Stands quietly for vet and f..
Averill Park, New York
Chestnut
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Averill Park, NY
NY
$800
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big bodied 15. 3 5 yr. Appendix gelding. Exceptional mover and jumper. Sc..
Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Bay
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Pittsfield, MA
MA
$12,000
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About Schaghticoke,NY

This area was historically occupied by the Mohican tribe, and later by a mixed group of Mohicans, and remnants of numerous New England tribes who had migrated west seeking to escape European encroachment. In 1675, Governor Andros, governor of the colony of New York, planted a tree of Welfare near the junction of the Hoosic River and Tomhannock Creek, an area already known as Schaghticoke, "the place where the waters mingle." This tree symbolized the friendship between the English and the Dutch, and the Schaghticoke Indians. The Native Inhabitants were Mohican refugees from New England welcomed to Schaghticoke because they agreed to help protect the English from the French and the Iroquois. They stayed until 1754. Prior to the proclamation of colonial independence, Schaghticoke was part of the colony of New York with most of its citizens governed by the city of Albany, which owned the land they rented.