Dressage Horses for Sale near Manhattan, KS

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Galeno Tyme - Mare in Abilene, KS
Galeno Tyme
Farm with 28 horses. Adult Warmblood mare herd looking to be placed in fore..
Abilene, Kansas
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Abilene, KS
KS
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Arabian Mare
RA Calliope (AHA #0551655) (Calabay (Caladdinn) X Magnos Charm (An Magno) ..
Junction City, Kansas
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Arabian
Mare
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Junction City, KS
KS
$3,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Athletic, Brave, Scopey and Honest! She will jump the moon for you. Great..
Topeka, Kansas
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Thoroughbred
Mare
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Topeka, KS
KS
$8,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Pretty girl and extremely smart! Learns quickly. Super Athletic. She would..
Topeka, Kansas
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Thoroughbred
Mare
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Topeka, KS
KS
$26,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Big and Beautiful. Gorgeous movement. Easy to train. Gentle and Quiet. Cli..
Manhattan, Kansas
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Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Manhattan, KS
KS
$15,000
Draft Mare
Great looking bay clyde filly for sale. JJJ Kate is a cross between a clyde..
Junction City, Kansas
Bay
Draft
Mare
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Junction City, KS
KS
$1,500
Draft Stallion
tricolored tobiano Sportshorse for sale JJJ Lightning is easy going andeage..
Junction City, Kansas
Draft
Stallion
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Junction City, KS
KS
$1,500
Arabian Mare
AHR 582715 ( MSF Sheikh Habib x Alia Gamil Razele) 1998 Pyramid Society Egy..
Enterprise, Kansas
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Enterprise, KS
KS
$5,500
Arabian Stallion
AHR 573976 ( KAHREAM x Rhiannon CHF ) 1999 grey 3 / 4 Egyptian 1 / 4 Bedoui..
Enterprise, Kansas
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
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Enterprise, KS
KS
$3,500
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About Manhattan,KS

Before settlement by European-Americans in the 1850s, the land where Manhattan sits was home to Native American tribes. Most recently, from 1780 to 1830 it was home to the Kaw people (also known as the Kansa). The Kaw settlement was called Blue Earth Village (Manyinkatuhuudje). It was named after the river the tribe called the Great Blue Earth River – today known as the Big Blue River – which intersected with the Kansas River by their village. Blue Earth Village was the site of a large battle between the Kaw and the Pawnee in 1812.