Dressage Horses for Sale near Ashwaubenon, WI

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Draft Mare
Onyx is a beautiful, black thoroughbred / percheron cross. She will make ..
Neenah, Wisconsin
Black
Draft
Mare
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Neenah, WI
WI
$4,000
Morgan Mare
3 yr old morgan mare, started, going very very well, good stop, quick lear..
Omro, Wisconsin
Morgan
Mare
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Omro, WI
WI
$2,000
Half Arabian Stallion
"Monty" (aka: PS Psyncerely Myne) is 3+ years of age and progressing very ..
Coleman, Wisconsin
Bay
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Coleman, WI
WI
$9,500
Half Arabian Stallion
Pharoah is nearly one year old and his size, conformation and looks will m..
Coleman, Wisconsin
Gray
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Coleman, WI
WI
$5,000
Friesian Stallion
Price reduced to make room for more babies. Out of our Ster Mare Meyke v. ..
West Jacksonport, Wisconsin
Friesian
Stallion
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West Jacksonport, WI
WI
$10,000
American Warmblood Stallion
Bonus is a big, gentle gelding with color! Age 4 and still growing, This ..
Coleman, Wisconsin
Pinto
American Warmblood
Stallion
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Coleman, WI
WI
$2,900
Thoroughbred Stallion
This horse is one of a kind, he is a quick learner, eager to please, collec..
Appleton, Wisconsin
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Appleton, WI
WI
$6,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Great registered all - around QH mare. Is awesome at english and just bega..
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Green Bay, WI
WI
$6,300
Paint Mare
Princess is ideal for the English / Western rider who wants a nice broodmar..
Coleman, Wisconsin
Paint
Mare
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Coleman, WI
WI
$1,500
Warmblood Mare
Reanna is a sweet filly by the OLD / RPSI Stallion Remarkable, out of my Ho..
Hortonville, Wisconsin
Bay
Warmblood
Mare
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Hortonville, WI
WI
$10,000
National Show Mare
Isabelle is a beautiful double reg. mare with great conformation and motion..
Ogdensburg, Wisconsin
Chestnut
National Show
Mare
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Ogdensburg, WI
WI
$5,000
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About Ashwaubenon,WI

The U.S. military bought most of the west side of Green Bay, Wisconsin from the Sioux in the 1850s and 1860s, except the area that would later become Ashwaubenon. That land belonged to two daughters of Chief Ashwaubamy, a Sioux chief. They began selling their land to local farmers and landowners in the late 19th century. One theory of the origins of Ashwaubenon is of Ojibwe origin.