Dressage Horses for Sale near Andover, KS

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Appaloosa Stallion
Stud Fee of $650 includes $150 Booking Fee. RHYTHM MASTER is a true few - s..
Arkansas City, Kansas
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Arkansas City, KS
KS
$650
Paint Stallion
for sale OR LEASE Registered Paint Horse. . Great horse for young even..
Latham, Kansas
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Latham, KS
KS
$8,500
Quarter Pony Stallion
Great 13. 2 hand pony has an awsome personality. Champion Pedigree. Jumps ..
Augusta, Kansas
Quarter Pony
Stallion
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Augusta, KS
KS
$20,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Sissy is a 17 hh 7 yr old registered QH. She is currently in training for ..
Burrton, Kansas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Burrton, KS
KS
$6,000
Arabian Mare
I have a lovely Arabian mare who I would like to breed. She is very well -..
Wichita, Kansas
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Wichita, KS
KS
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Appendix Mare
Horse has shown in training level dressage and is currently schooling 2'9" ..
Latham, Kansas
Appendix
Mare
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Latham, KS
KS
$8,500
Percheron Stallion
Nice easy going Percheron gelding. Will make a good saddle horse or cart ho..
Wichita, Kansas
Black
Percheron
Stallion
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Wichita, KS
KS
$900
Half Arabian Stallion
Schon is a wonderful young horse. He is registered with IFCA and elegible w..
Leon, Kansas
Black
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Leon, KS
KS
$5,000
Half Arabian Mare
Elegible for registration with IFCA, FSHA, IAHA. Annimated movement, correc..
Leon, Kansas
Black
Half Arabian
Mare
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Leon, KS
KS
$4,500
Friesian Stallion
Keeper is very upright and correct with lots of suspension. He sells with n..
Leon, Kansas
Black
Friesian
Stallion
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Leon, KS
KS
$8,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Finished Western / English Pleasure horse. Would also make great Trail Clas..
Wichita, Kansas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Wichita, KS
KS
$3,500
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About Andover,KS

When the Kansas territory was first mapped, the original Andover area was called Minneha. The Indian name was later changed to Cloud City. [ citation needed ] The first settlement in Bruno Township was in February 1869, when Vincent Smith arrived on Dry Creek (2 miles east of Andover Road on 21st Street). He filed his claim on May 10, 1869. Other early settlers began to arrive in spring 1870, and soon all the land was claimed.