Appendix Horses for Sale near Taylor, TX

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Keep It Classy (Eddie) is a 13 year old, 16hh, appendix, gelding. He has sh..
Round Rock, Texas
Bay
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Round Rock, TX
TX
$5,000
Appendix Stallion
I Have owned "Dash" around a year. I bought him when I was showing in jump..
Caldwell, Texas
Sorrel
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Caldwell, TX
TX
Contact
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Tex is one of the sweetest / gentlest horses i have known. He had not been..
Georgetown, Texas
Bay
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Georgetown, TX
TX
$1,000
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MUST SELL! !!!!PLEASE MAKE OFFER! Son of World and Congress Champion, Sir..
Davilla, Texas
Sorrel
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Davilla, TX
TX
$4,000
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Beau has been a wonderfull horse for my daughter. He has improved her ridi..
Georgetown, Texas
Red Roan
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Georgetown, TX
TX
$8,500
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HE is a great horse he just needs someone with the time. My husand left so..
Killeen, Texas
Bay
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Killeen, TX
TX
$600
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Beautiful 13 year old 'Impressive' great - grandson gelding. Competitive ..
Austin, Texas
Bay
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Austin, TX
TX
$4,000
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Big - Stout - Roping prospect. BLOODLINES FOR COW!!! KING AND LEO ALL IN ..
Rosanky, Texas
Chestnut
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Rosanky, TX
TX
$4,000
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He has been turned out for the last year, ridden about 4-6 times. To be saf..
Bastrop, Texas
Black
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Bastrop, TX
TX
$1,500
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Beautiful bay gelding, Schooled to 3 ft, just started dressage training, do..
Killeen, Texas
Bay
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Killeen, TX
TX
$3,500
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Nelson is currently competing atthe 2'9" -3'3" level. Heis sound and has no..
Austin, Texas
Chestnut
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Austin, TX
TX
$30,000
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About Taylor,TX

In 1876 the Texas Land Company auctioned lots in anticipation of the arrival of the International-Great Northern Railroad when Taylor was founded that year. The city was named after Edward Moses Taylor, a railroad official, under the name Taylorsville, which officially became Taylor in 1892. Immigrants from Moravia and Bohemia (now the Czech Republic) and other Slavic states, as well as from Germany and Austria, helped establish the town. It soon became a busy shipping point for cattle, grain, and cotton. By 1878, the town had 1,000 residents and 32 businesses, 29 of which were destroyed by fire in 1879.