Driving Horses for Sale near Shelbyville, KY

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Catalina Rose
8 yo beautiful Haflinger mare. Approximately 15.1 to 15.2 hands. Is well br..
Versailles, Kentucky
Palomino
Haflinger
Mare
9
Versailles, KY
KY
$9,500
Saddlebred Stallion
Uptown Contender is a great registered ASB gelding. Jet Black with star. ..
Georgetown, Kentucky
Black
Saddlebred
Stallion
-
Georgetown, KY
KY
$10,000
Pony Stallion
Handsome minature / shetland cross with excellent disposition. Highly intel..
Louisville, Kentucky
Bay
Pony
Stallion
-
Louisville, KY
KY
$5,000
Draft Mare
Big, wide and sweet and can be. Willing to do anything you ask. Loves kids ..
Bardstown, Kentucky
Draft
Mare
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Bardstown, KY
KY
$1,500
Saddlebred Stallion
Have you always wanted that solid black horse to go down the trail or aroun..
Lawrenceburg, Kentucky
Black
Saddlebred
Stallion
-
Lawrenceburg, KY
KY
$5,500
Percheron Stallion
Percheron / Belgian Cross. He was 4 years old when we got him in 8 / 2004...
Wilmore, Kentucky
Black
Percheron
Stallion
-
Wilmore, KY
KY
$1,500
Paint Mare
MAXIMUM CHOCOLATEKISS 2002 Green broke to ride and drive, wonderful temprem..
Corydon, Indiana
Bay
Paint
Mare
-
Corydon, IN
IN
$1,200
Thoroughbred Mare
Hot Totti is a very sweet 11 year old Jockey Club registered bay mare. She ..
Lexington, Kentucky
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Lexington, KY
KY
$5,000
Miniature Stallion
Warrior is a look - alike King Supreme grandson with a 4-6 generation pedig..
Corydon, Indiana
Bay
Miniature
Stallion
-
Corydon, IN
IN
$3,000
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About Shelbyville,KY

The town of Shelbyville was established in October 1792 at the first meeting of the Shelby County Court after local landowner William Shannon agreed to lay off 50 acres (20 ha) of his property for the community and provide 1 acre free for public buildings. The grant ensured that Shelbyville rather than nearby Squire Boone's Station would become the seat of Shelby County. The agricultural town was located on the west bank of Clear Creek at its confluence with Mulberry Creek and near a route between Louisville and Frankfort. The town required new residents to construct a 1½-story log cabin with a stone chimney; by 1795, there were forty of these and, by 1800, there were 262 residents. New lots were platted in 1803, 1815, and 1816.