Appendix Horses for Sale near Fairfield, OH

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Flash is a reg AQHA gelding out of barrel and racing stock. He is a quiet,..
Middletown, Ohio
Red Roan
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Middletown, OH
OH
$1,250
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she a sweet mare, need of work, or can be a brood mare, or a buddy horse...
Arcanum, Ohio
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Arcanum, OH
OH
$1
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Celest is a gorgeous black mare that has the look to catch the judges eye...
Tipp City, Ohio
Black
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Tipp City, OH
OH
$5,000
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He is a great all around horse. He is good in enrty level of all disipline..
Richmond, Indiana
Bay
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Richmond, IN
IN
$2,600
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General Jay "Jake" is AQHA registered. He is quarter horse / thoroughbred...
Dayton, Ohio
Bay
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Dayton, OH
OH
$5,000
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Retired Apendix Quarter Horse Gelding. Sorrel white blaze and socks. Engl..
Sabina, Ohio
Sorrel
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Sabina, OH
OH
$1,000
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Jive is a beautiful well started bay mare. She is 16. 2 hh out of a 17 hh T..
Germantown, Ohio
Bay
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Germantown, OH
OH
$5,800
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great hus, jumper prospect. He has the size and the look. Very qiuet great ..
Middletown, Ohio
Bay
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Middletown, OH
OH
$6,500
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Know Illusion is a 3- year - old filly by the jumper stallion, Knowtorious ..
Xenia, Ohio
Chestnut
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Xenia, OH
OH
$7,000
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About Fairfield,OH

Early Fairfield Prior to European settlement the Fairfield area was home to several Indian tribes, most prominently the Shawnee and the Miami. The prehistoric Hopewell and Adena peoples constructed numerous earthworks around the city, though most were unwittingly removed by early settlers in order to accommodate farm fields. The area that is now Fairfield was part of the original Symmes Purchase. Also known as the Miami Purchase, the region was acquired by Judge John Cleves Symmes from the Continental Congress in 1788 and included much of the land between the Little Miami and Great Miami rivers that became the present day counties of Hamilton, Butler, and Warren. As the area was settled hamlets developed to serve the surrounding countryside.