Dressage Horses for Sale near Wetumpka, AL

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Arabian Mare
Annie is a beautiful 7 year old Arabian / Paint cross mare. She has an exc..
Fitzpatrick, Alabama
Black
Arabian
Mare
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Fitzpatrick, AL
AL
$3,500
Spotted Saddle Stallion
Outstanding manners on the ground or in the saddle. Loads, Unloads, Reloa..
Sylacauga, Alabama
Spotted Saddle
Stallion
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Sylacauga, AL
AL
$3,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Elle is a 7 yr old, 15. 3h, beautiful, book one mare. She is physically c..
Sylacauga, Alabama
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Sylacauga, AL
AL
$2,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Palisade is a beautiful TB! She is very affectionate. TONS of potential! I..
Auburn, Alabama
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Auburn, AL
AL
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Thoroughbred Mare
Lovely mover. Very responsive. 10 mover feels much bigger. Started o / f an..
Auburn, Alabama
Gray
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Auburn, AL
AL
$10,000
Connemara Pony Stallion
Well broke does not act green. Been in lesson program. Great with kids. Nic..
Auburn, Alabama
Red Roan
Connemara Pony
Stallion
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Auburn, AL
AL
$5,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Beautiful black 2 yo filly. W / t / c very nicely u / s. Trails. Very balan..
Auburn, Alabama
Black
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Auburn, AL
AL
$6,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Gorgeous filly. Fantastic mover. Hunter type. Lovely to ride. Started o / f..
Auburn, Alabama
Gray
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Auburn, AL
AL
$10,000
Warmblood Stallion
Nice belgian / QH gelding. Check him and others out at www. phfarms. com go..
Auburn, Alabama
Chestnut
Warmblood
Stallion
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Auburn, AL
AL
$4,000
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About Wetumpka,AL

Wetumpka was long settled by the Muscogee people, whose territory extended through present-day Georgia and Alabama. Their largest towns were on the banks of the Coosa and at its confluence with the Tallapoosa River, at Wetumpka and Talisi (now Tallassee), respectively. After moving the 1702 settlement of Mobile to Mobile Bay in 1711, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville sent an expedition up the Alabama River to establish a fort in the interior of the colony, known as La Louisiane or New France, to stop the encroachment of British colonists and to foster trade and goodwill with the Creek. Bienville directed the construction of Fort Toulouse along the Coosa River in 1714, 4 miles (6 km) above the confluence of the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers and the Creek village of Taskigi. Bienville selected this area as a strategic locale for a fortification.