Breeding Horses for Sale near Miami Gardens, FL

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Arabian Mare
Promise The Moon is a very fancy hunter pleasure horse. She very well scho..
Lake Worth, Florida
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Lake Worth, FL
FL
$5,000
Paint Stallion
Great grandsires' were "Top Deck" and "Three Bars" Excellent bloodlines. ..
Miami, Florida
Paint
Stallion
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Miami, FL
FL
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Pony Mare
Cherry oh Baby is a striking red / white tobiano, 80% red and 20% white. H..
Davie, Florida
Pony
Mare
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Davie, FL
FL
$1,400
Tennessee Walking Stallion
"Davey" has 5 World Grand Champions on his papers including Pusher's Secre..
Davie, Florida
Black Overo
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Davie, FL
FL
$3,500
Andalusian Stallion
Solid 4 th lvl / PSG. Light in the bridle, comfortable to sit, super fun t..
Wellington, Florida
Gray
Andalusian
Stallion
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Wellington, FL
FL
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Swedish Warmblood Mare
Trained through First Level Dressage, schooling counter canter, rein back, ..
Wellington, Florida
Bay
Swedish Warmblood
Mare
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Wellington, FL
FL
$15,000
Selle Francais Mare
Quickstar / Celano bloodlines shes born to jump this mare is all heart and ..
Wellington, Florida
Bay
Selle Francais
Mare
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Wellington, FL
FL
$8,000
Quarter Horse Mare
13 yr old reg. sorrel mare, "GO Roman Queen" great granddaughter of "Go Dic..
Davie, Florida
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Davie, FL
FL
$5,500
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About Miami Gardens,FL

In the wake of the construction of I-95 in the late 1960s, many middle- and upper-income African American and West Indian American families migrated from Miami neighborhoods like Liberty City to what became Miami Gardens (also called Carol City , Norland or Norwood) as race-based covenants were outlawed with the Fair Housing Act, and mostly lower income blacks moved into the Liberty City and Little Haiti neighborhoods surrounding Liberty Square and Edison Courts. Miami Gardens was incorporated on May 13, 2003. The city's neighborhoods of Andover, Bunche Park, Carol City, Lake Lucerne, Norland, Opa-locka North, and Scott Lake were previously unincorporated areas within Miami-Dade County. In 2007, Mayor Shirley Gibson said that the city would no longer allow any low-income housing developments; many residents blamed the developments for spreading crime and recreational drugs throughout the city. Around that time, the city's tax revenues dropped to the third-lowest in Miami-Dade County.