Dressage Horses for Sale near Wheeling, WV

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Mustang Stallion
Steele is beautiful but sadly I must sell him. He and his mom are too atta..
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
Black
Mustang
Stallion
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Canonsburg, PA
PA
$1,200
Quarter Horse Mare
This stunning animal is not only as quiet and well mannered as they come b..
Washington, Pennsylvania
Chocolate
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Washington, PA
PA
$6,500
Draft Stallion
Shadow's sire is a registered thoroughbred; a direct descendant of "War Ad..
Richmond, Ohio
Black
Draft
Stallion
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Richmond, OH
OH
$5,000
Half Arabian Stallion
good disposition, easy keeper, gets along with other horses, owner dosent h..
Beaver, Pennsylvania
Bay
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Beaver, PA
PA
$7,000
Paint Stallion
STALLION & PERFORMANCE PROSPECT. DPS Movin Streke is a yearling, APHA regis..
Jacobsburg, Ohio
Buckskin
Paint
Stallion
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Jacobsburg, OH
OH
$4,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Flashy Chestnut, gorgeous movement. Blaze and 3 white socks. Professionall..
New Philadelphia, Ohio
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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New Philadelphia, OH
OH
$2,800
Paint Mare
Owner's Loss is Your Gain!!! Start this Athletic Filly Off Right And Have T..
Jacobsburg, Ohio
Paint
Mare
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Jacobsburg, OH
OH
$1,500
Trakehner Stallion
Earl is a Gentleman. . . he also passes his wonderful temperament onto his ..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Bay
Trakehner
Stallion
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
$750
Quarter Horse Stallion
Napoleon Charis DeLonge, "Neo" is a Quarter / Paint. His unique color and c..
California, Pennsylvania
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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California, PA
PA
$7,500
Paint Stallion
5 yr. old Quiet Paint gelding. Great on trails, western or english. Still G..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Paint
Stallion
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
$2,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
"Mayday" is an absolutely beautiful mover, he is very willing, and he is ex..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Black
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
$19,500
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About Wheeling,WV

The origins of the name "Wheeling" are disputed. One of the more credible explanations is that the word comes from the Lenni-Lenape phrase wih link or wee lunk, which meant "place of the head" or "place of the skull." This name supposedly referred to a white settler who was scalped and decapitated. His severed head was displayed at the confluence of Wheeling Creek and the Ohio River. Native Americans had inhabited the area for thousands of years. In the 17th century, the Iroquois from present-day New York state conquered the upper Ohio Valley, pushing out other tribes and maintaining the area as their hunting ground.