Dressage Horses for Sale near Stonington, CT

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Warmblood Mare
Beautiful, big bay mare available for on farm 1/2 lease. Competed 1st level..
Wakefield, Rhode Island
Bay
Warmblood
Mare
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Wakefield, RI
RI
$300
Appendix Stallion
For Sale by World champion, World producer and the only first premium AWR ..
Groton, Connecticut
Appendix
Stallion
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Groton, CT
CT
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Swedish Warmblood Stallion
Orion is an amazing horse. He has trained and competed sccesfully in dressa..
Tiverton, Rhode Island
Gray
Swedish Warmblood
Stallion
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Tiverton, RI
RI
$15,000
Danish Warmblood Stallion
Amarone has exceptional movement. He points his toes and floats across the ..
Tiverton, Rhode Island
Brown
Danish Warmblood
Stallion
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Tiverton, RI
RI
$30,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Supreme Investment (Thoroughbred) This is a 1988, 16H, chestnut gelding. H..
Tiverton, Rhode Island
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Tiverton, RI
RI
$4,800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Sunny is a 7 year old quarter horse. He has smooth gaits, and is a real sw..
Kingston, Rhode Island
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Kingston, RI
RI
$100
Friesian Mare
Fantastic forward moving Friesian ster mare, some professional dressage tra..
Harrisville, Rhode Island
Black
Friesian
Mare
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Harrisville, RI
RI
$27,000
Quarter Horse Mare
LEASE a Horse= $60. 00 per week!!!! Ride 4-5 days . . . ALL Inclusive! Ara..
Chepachet, Rhode Island
Other
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Chepachet, RI
RI
$60
Pony Stallion
This great pony is used in lessons and has been shown this Great pony is cu..
Westport, Massachusetts
Pony
Stallion
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Westport, MA
MA
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About Stonington,CT

The first European colonists established a trading house in the Pawcatuck section of town in 1649. The present territory of Stonington was part of lands that had belonged to the Pequot people, who referred to the areas making up Stonington as Pawcatuck (Stony Brook to the Pawcatuck River) and Mistack ( Mystic River to Stony Brook). It was named "Souther Towne" or Southerton by Massachusetts in 1658, and officially became part of Connecticut in 1662 when Connecticut received its royal charter. Southerton was renamed "Mistick" in 1665, : 26 and finally named Stonington in 1666, : 36 meaning "stony town". Thomas Miner, Walter Palmer, William Chesebrough, and Thomas Stanton were the founders.