Dressage Horses for Sale near Live Oak, FL

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Paint Stallion
Homozygous for Black. PR Sugar Leo is a beautiful horse and throws classy l..
Bell, Florida
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Bell, FL
FL
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Paint Stallion
16.2 hands, Beautiful bay overo paint with blue eyes. Throws color and heig..
Bell, Florida
Paint
Stallion
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Bell, FL
FL
$750
Paint Stallion
16. 1 four year old grey overo paint gelding. APHA Native Moonshyne,..
Lake City, Florida
Paint
Stallion
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Lake City, FL
FL
$6,800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Incentive Fund registered QH gelding, 3 years old 15. 3 hands, showing loc..
High Springs, Florida
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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High Springs, FL
FL
$7,000
Pinto Mare
super nice black and white arab / saddlebred cross. nice mover, should mat..
Lake City, Florida
Pinto
Pinto
Mare
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Lake City, FL
FL
$700
Thoroughbred Stallion
Hoops is a 13 year old, 16. 1H, bay off track Thoroughbred that did Jumper..
Wellborn, Florida
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Wellborn, FL
FL
$7,500
American Warmblood Mare
AWS registered dapple grey warmblood mare. 5 yrs. old. Percheron / TB cro..
Wellborn, Florida
Gray
American Warmblood
Mare
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Wellborn, FL
FL
$7,000
Swedish Warmblood Stallion
2001 Registered Swedish Warmblood Gelding 16. 1 hands, Chestnut color by L...
High Springs, Florida
Chestnut
Swedish Warmblood
Stallion
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High Springs, FL
FL
$15,000
Andalusian Stallion
Debutante is a very responsive horse, and very smart. He anticipates lead c..
Lake City, Florida
Gray
Andalusian
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Lake City, FL
FL
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About Live Oak,FL

Built along the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad in or prior to 1861, Live Oak was named for a tree under which railroad workers rested and ate lunch. When a railroad depot was built nearby, the small community that sprung up around it was called “Live Oak Station” (first mentioned in records in 1861). The tree was located where the now-present Pepe's Mexican Grocery on U.S. 90 is located. During the Civil War, the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad served as a vital route for parts of North Florida, and earthworks were built where it crossed the Suwannee River west of Live Oak to deter Union attacks; these earthworks still exist as part of the Suwannee River State Park, one of Florida's first State parks.