Breeding Horses for Sale near Canajoharie, NY

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Quarter Horse - Horse for Sale in Wells, NY 14895
Sans Easy Jet
For Sale Well-bred quarter horse broodmare 14.3 hands, Palomino mare who i..
Wells, New York
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
20
Wells, NY
NY
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
This mare is the great grand daughter of Easy Jet out of Deck Jet. Both we..
Fort Plain, New York
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Fort Plain, NY
NY
$2,600
Quarter Horse Mare
Nice tall gray mare will produce great hunter jumper prospects. 7 Generatio..
Oneonta, New York
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Oneonta, NY
NY
$2,500
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About Canajoharie, NY

Susan B. Anthony, women's rights pioneer, taught school here Frank Barbour, football player, coach, and businessman Joseph Brant (1743–1807), Mohawk chief Molly Brant (1736–1796), Mohawk leader Thomas Burdick, leader in early Latter Day Saint movement, Mormon pioneer, politician in California Alfred Conkling, lawyer, statesman, and jurist Frederick Conkling, son of Alfred Conkling and brother of Roscoe Conkling; became congressman for state of New York Josiah Failing, 4th Mayor of Portland, Oregon; gained wealth as entrepreneur through general merchandise Bernhard Gillam, political cartoonist; died of typhoid in Canajoharie Myron Grimshaw, Major League Baseball player; right fielder for Boston Red Sox 1905-1907 Dan Hunt, football head coach, Colgate University Thomas James, former slave of Asa Kimball who became minister in upstate New York John Keyes, first Adjutant General of Connecticut Jacob Klock, colonel of 2nd regiment of Tryon County militia during Revolutionary War James Knox, U.S. Representative from Illinois Mary Anne Krupsak, lawyer and politician, Lieutenant Governor of New York 1975-78 Sean MacFarland, Lieutenant General, Army, Commanding General of 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss, Texas, later Commanding General of III Corps and Fort Hood, Texas Charles McVean, Congressman for New York; while in Canajoharie, was editor of town's newspaper George A. Mitchell, founder of Cadillac, Michigan Ots-Toch, 17th Century Mohawk woman from Canajoharie who married Dutch trader Cornelius Anthonisse Van Slyck, founding Van Slyck family in New Netherland Edwin M. Randall, Chief Justice for Florida Hendrick Theyanoguin (1692–1755), Mohawk leader Benjamin Van Alstyne, head coach of Michigan State University basketball team 1927–1949 Amy Vedder, ecologist and primatologist involved in conservation work with mountain gorillas Rebecca Winters, Mormon pioneer