Dressage Horses for Sale near Jenkins, KY

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Lady Vixen - Mare in Smith, KY
Lady Vixen
6yr 15.2 Connemara Halfbred mare to import. Ashfield Festy x Master Imp lin..
Smith, Kentucky
Gray
Connemara Pony
Mare
7
Smith, KY
KY
$40,000
Appaloosa Stallion
Hugo is a 16. 1 hand Appaloosa / TB gelding. He is well started under sadd..
Pennington Gap, Virginia
Other
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Pennington Gap, VA
VA
$600
Holsteiner Stallion
He can move, he will jump! Bred to jump, plus has international quality mo..
Abingdon, Virginia
Gray
Holsteiner
Stallion
-
Abingdon, VA
VA
$10,000
Holsteiner Mare
Holsteiner filly out of Valentine (by Landino, out of a Rex Fritz mare - b..
Abingdon, Virginia
Chestnut
Holsteiner
Mare
-
Abingdon, VA
VA
$10,000
Hanoverian Mare
Fantastic yearling filly out of a State Premium Mare imported from Germany..
Abingdon, Virginia
Bay
Hanoverian
Mare
-
Abingdon, VA
VA
$10,000
Holsteiner Mare
Black Bay jumper bred filly with top level dressage gaits, AWESOME canter, ..
Abingdon, Virginia
Bay
Holsteiner
Mare
-
Abingdon, VA
VA
$10,000
Hanoverian Mare
Elite Eligible, Excellent pedigree, exceptional personality, absolutely lo..
Abingdon, Virginia
Chestnut
Hanoverian
Mare
-
Abingdon, VA
VA
$15,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Superstition, a. k. a Coz, is a beautiful hunter / jumper gelding. He is 16..
Kingsport, Tennessee
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Kingsport, TN
TN
$6,000
Appendix Mare
Registered Appendix 5 year old mare, excellent bloodlines - Pipes Peddler /..
Abingdon, Virginia
Bay
Appendix
Mare
-
Abingdon, VA
VA
$7,500
Oldenburg Stallion
Old / TB Flashy yearling colt by Routinier #1 Dressage Stallion, Awesome mo..
Abingdon, Virginia
Gray
Oldenburg
Stallion
-
Abingdon, VA
VA
$6,500
Holsteiner Mare
Holsteiner cross yearling filly, correctly built with natural impulsion & e..
Abingdon, Virginia
Bay
Holsteiner
Mare
-
Abingdon, VA
VA
$6,500
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About Jenkins,KY

In autumn of 1911, the Consolidation Coal Company purchased the current location of Jenkins as part of a 100,000-acre tract of land in Pike, Letcher and Floyd counties from the Northern Coal and Coke Company. After the acquisition was finalized, plans were made to extend the Lexington and Eastern Railroad from Jackson to a town named McRoberts. The plans also included the establishment of the town of Jenkins for George C. Jenkins, one of the Consolidation Coal Company's directors. Because of the need of hundreds of homes and other structures, nine sawmills and two brickyards were erected.