Dressage Horses for Sale near Burlington, VT

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Diva - Mare in Burlington, VT
Diva
Future Diva, "Diva," is a 14 year-old chestnut mare located in Shelburne, V..
Burlington, Vermont
Chestnut
Canadian
Mare
16
Burlington, VT
VT
$500
Diva
Future Diva, "Diva," is a 14 year-old chestnut mare located in Shelburne, V..
Burlington, Vermont
Chestnut
Canadian
Mare
16
Burlington, VT
VT
$500
Saddlebred Stallion
Winsdown New District "Prophet" is a 5 year old fully registered American ..
Williamstown, Vermont
Bay
Saddlebred
Stallion
-
Williamstown, VT
VT
$4,000
Pony of the Americas Mare
Josy is a 12 year old 13. 2 hand Reg POA mare. She has shown extensively, ..
Waitsfield, Vermont
Chestnut
Pony of the Americas
Mare
-
Waitsfield, VT
VT
$5,000
Morgan Stallion
With over 100 offspring on the ground we can safely say that Dan passes on ..
Swanton, Vermont
Morgan
Stallion
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Swanton, VT
VT
$1,000
Oldenburg Stallion
Schooling 1 st -2 nd level & 2'6" course with ease, loves trails. Excellen..
Burlington, Vermont
Pinto
Oldenburg
Stallion
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Burlington, VT
VT
$22,000
Dutch Warmblood Mare
Exceptional Dutch mare for sale. Tons of scope over fences, lovely mover as..
Burlington, Vermont
Chestnut
Dutch Warmblood
Mare
-
Burlington, VT
VT
$30,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Maggie is a daughter of Pines Lee (Poco Pine x Bill Cody daughter) . Pines ..
Hinesburg, Vermont
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Hinesburg, VT
VT
$1,950
Appendix Mare
Joy - 15. 2h, Dbl. Reg. Appendix mare, Med. Bay. GREENBROKE w / t / c, just..
Jericho, Vermont
Bay
Appendix
Mare
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Jericho, VT
VT
$1,000
Warmblood Mare
Dark dapple bay mare, Holsteiner x TB. Solid training and 1 st lvl. dressa..
Milton, Vermont
Warmblood
Mare
-
Milton, VT
VT
$6,500
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About Burlington,VT

Two theories have been put forward regarding the origin of Burlington's name. The first is that it was named after Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of Burlington, and the second is that the name honors the politically prominent and wealthy Burling family of New York. While no Burling family members are listed as grantees of the town, the family held large tracts of land in nearby towns, some of which were granted on the same day as Burlington. One of the New Hampshire grants, the land that was developed as Burlington was awarded by New Hampshire colonial governor Benning Wentworth on June 7, 1763, to Samuel Willis and 63 others. In the summer of 1775, settlers began clearing land and built two or three log huts, but the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War delayed permanent settlement until after its conclusion.