Barrel Racing Horses for Sale near Gaithersburg, MD

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Rose
Rose is a 5 year old 14.1 qh mare. She is high temperamented which means sh..
Frederick, Maryland
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
8
Frederick, MD
MD
$250
Paint Mare
Beautiful 11 yr. old overo paint mare. Great temperament. Stands for vet, ..
Westminster, Maryland
Chestnut
Paint
Mare
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Westminster, MD
MD
$2,200
Welsh Pony Mare
Muffin is a 12 h white Welsh cross with experience in 4H, barrels and raci..
Monkton, Maryland
White
Welsh Pony
Mare
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Monkton, MD
MD
$1,500
Haflinger Mare
Elvira is a beautiful Haflinger mare that if a sorrel color with a flazen ..
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania
Sorrel
Haflinger
Mare
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Waynesboro, PA
PA
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Chip" will make a great horse once he's finished. He is used to cattle, ..
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Gettysburg, PA
PA
$3,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Merlin is a Good Ol' Boy! Perfect on Trails, barrel races / gymkhana or we..
Columbia, Maryland
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Columbia, MD
MD
$2,000
Morab Stallion
Arab smart, Morgan versatile, make him your next sport horse! English, wes..
Boonsboro, Maryland
Sorrel
Morab
Stallion
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Boonsboro, MD
MD
$2,500
Paint Mare
EXCELLENT BARREL HORSE! She is quick and fast. Owner going to have MAJOR ba..
Glen Burnie, Maryland
Paint
Mare
-
Glen Burnie, MD
MD
$2,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
handsome TB / QH horse with sweet disposition. Energetic, looks and acts y..
Centreville, Virginia
Sorrel
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Centreville, VA
VA
$1,800
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About Gaithersburg,MD

Gaithersburg was settled in 1765 as a small agricultural settlement known as Log Town near the present day Summit Hall on Ralph Crabb's 1725 land grant "Deer Park". The northern portion of the land grant was purchased by Henry Brookes, and he built his brick home "Montpelier" there, starting first with a log cabin in 1780/3. This 1,000 acre tract became part of the landmark IBM Headquarters complex built on the then-new I-270 Interstate "Industrial", now "Technology", Corridor in the late 1960s to the 1970s. Benjamin Gaither married Henry's daughter Margaret, and Benjamin and Margaret inherited a portion of Henry's land prior to Henry's death in 1807. Gaither built his home on the land in 1802.