Arabian Horses for Sale near Concord, NH

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 - Gelding in Wolfeboro, NH
Arabian Gelding
I have a 13 year old Morgan arabian named Yankee. I am in college and no lo..
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
Bay
Arabian
Gelding
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Wolfeboro, NH
NH
$800
 - Gelding in Claremont, NH
Arabian Gelding
Zephr is a wonderful 14 year old purebred arab gelding. He's a little over ..
Claremont, New Hampshire
Gray
Arabian
Gelding
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Claremont, NH
NH
$1,200
Arabian Stallion
Mishaali RCA (AHA #623332) ( * Mishaal HP X Maali RCA (Ruminaja Ali) ) Str..
Troy, New Hampshire
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
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Troy, NH
NH
$900
Arabian Mare
Great mare w / alot of heart. currently starting basic dressage with pote..
Winchendon, Massachusetts
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Winchendon, MA
MA
$6,000
Arabian Stallion
Wonderful group of people who share in the joy of horsemanship! Most are w..
Groton, Massachusetts
Arabian
Stallion
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Groton, MA
MA
$250
Arabian Stallion
Adult backyard show and pleasure barn with quality horses available for on ..
Groton, Massachusetts
Arabian
Stallion
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Groton, MA
MA
$200
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About Concord,NH

The area that would become Concord was originally settled thousands of years ago by Abenaki Native Americans called the Pennacook. : 65 The tribe fished for migrating salmon, sturgeon, and alewives with nets strung across the rapids of the Merrimack River. The stream was also the transportation route for their birch bark canoes, which could travel from Lake Winnipesaukee to the Atlantic Ocean. The broad sweep of the Merrimack River valley floodplain provided good soil for farming beans, gourds, pumpkins, melons and maize. On January 17, 1725, the Province of Massachusetts Bay, which then claimed territories west of the Merrimack River, granted the Concord area as the Plantation of Penacook.