Dressage Horses for Sale near Fremont, WI

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Willow - Mare in Amherst, WI
Willow
15 yr old Friesian Sport Horse Mare Ready to show Training Level Dressage. ..
Amherst, Wisconsin
Bay
Warmblood
Mare
17
Amherst, WI
WI
$7,950
 - Gelding in Stevens Point, WI
Quarter Horse Gelding
I am looking to lease Jericho out from September 2017 to May 2018. He is st..
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Cremello
Quarter Horse
Gelding
16
Stevens Point, WI
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
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
Quarter Horse Mare
Great ride. Good girl - not spooky, but needs intermediate rider due to he..
Rosholt, Wisconsin
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Rosholt, WI
WI
$1,200
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 Fremont,WI

This area is of the traditional home of the Menominee and Potawatomi peoples. In the Menominee language it is known as Penāēwīkoh, "partridge place". It was ceded by the Menominee to the United States in the 1836 Treaty of the Cedars, following years of negotiations between the Menominee, Ho-Chunk, and United States over how to accommodate the Oneida, Stockbridge-Munsee, and Brothertown peoples who were being removed from New York to Wisconsin. The Potawatomi had been forced to cede all of their lands in Wisconsin in 1833 due to poverty and in spite of their support of the United States in the Black Hawk War. Now that the United States owned the land, white American settlement could begin in Penāēwīkoh.