Breeding Horses for Sale near Plantation, 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 Plantation,FL

Before the start of the twentieth century, the area that became Plantation was part of the Everglades wetlands, regularly covered by 2–3 feet of water. In 1855, Florida state passed the Internal Improvement Act and established the Internal Improvement Trust Fund, the trustees of which act as a government agency to oversee management, sale, and development of state land. In 1897, the Interior Department submitted 2.9 million acres to the Florida Land Office; however, the submission was revoked the following year, due to fears it would "impinge upon the rights and interests of the Seminole Tribes." The Seminole people regularly used the area for hunting, fishing and camping, and also used the nearby Pine Island Ridge as a headquarters during the second and third Seminole Wars. In 1899, Florida Governor William Sherman Jennings began an initiative to drain the Everglades. To establish Florida's entitlement to the land, Jennings obtained a new patent (known as the 'Everglades Patent') for land "aggregating 2,862,280 acres." Following his election in 1905, Jennings' successor, Napoleon Bonaparte Broward appointed Jennings as general counsel of the Internal Improvement Fund and continued the initiative for complete drainage of the Everglades (which was a core theme of his election campaign).