Breeding Horses for Sale near Harrison, NJ

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Lily
Looking for a wonderful home for my daughters pony. Lily loves attention a..
Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey
Chestnut
Welsh Pony
Mare
12
Atlantic Highlands, NJ
NJ
Contact
Thoroughbred Mare
16h Thoroughbred broodmare. Daughter of Allen's Prospect. Proven producer..
Goshen, New York
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
26
Goshen, NY
NY
$600
Lusitano Mare
This spirited little filly is the spitting image of her very special mothe..
Blairstown, New Jersey
Gray
Lusitano
Mare
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Blairstown, NJ
NJ
$15,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Handsome and Intelligent, Son of Belong To Me who is a very successful sir..
Colts Neck, New Jersey
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Colts Neck, NJ
NJ
$2,000
Thoroughbred Mare
This mare can be ridden and bred. She is a true sweet heart and a young ri..
Colts Neck, New Jersey
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Colts Neck, NJ
NJ
$1,500
Paint Mare
Own granddaughter of MR. NORFLEET. Very LOUD sorrel / white overo mare. T..
Vernon, New Jersey
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Vernon, NJ
NJ
$3,500
Thoroughbred Mare
This mare is offered at a bargain starting price of $1, 000 I am looking f..
Lincroft, New Jersey
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Lincroft, NJ
NJ
$1,000
Oldenburg Mare
Beautiful broodmare with 100% premium foals. Famous German mare line. By ..
Goshen, New York
Bay
Oldenburg
Mare
-
Goshen, NY
NY
$29,000
Saddlebred Mare
Extremely well bred American Saddlebred mare in the prime of her life and i..
Flemington, New Jersey
Chestnut
Saddlebred
Mare
-
Flemington, NJ
NJ
$3,500
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About Harrison, NJ

The area that is now Harrison was the southernmost part of the 15,308-acre (23.919 sq mi; 61.95 km 2) land grant awarded to William Sandford in 1668. When that grant was divided in 1671 between Sandford and his uncle, Nathaniel Kingsland of Barbados, Sandford's 5,000-acre (7.8 square mile) share included Harrison. While Sandford and his family established a plantation on the northern portion of his tract, there is no evidence they developed any significant part of Harrison. Upon his death in 1691, Sandford's land passed to his wife, Sarah Sandford (née Whartman). Upon her death about 1719, she passed most of the land, including Harrison, to her son William (about 1670-1733).