Driving Horses for Sale near Chelsea, MA

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Haflinger - Gelding in Andover, MA
Haflinger
Registered, Haflinger gelding. 17 years old and 14.3hh. Well broke under sa..
Andover, Massachusetts
Palomino
Haflinger
Gelding
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Andover, MA
MA
$1,400
Standardbred Stallion
started lightly under saddle, (walk, trot) , canters on longe line and wil..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Bay
Standardbred
Stallion
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$750
Morgan Stallion
This handsome Morgan gelding is 7 years - old and stands a large 15. 1 and ..
Salisbury, Massachusetts
Bay
Morgan
Stallion
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Salisbury, MA
MA
$8,000
Hackney Stallion
Prince is a cute bay with star and snip. cute mover. used in lesson progra..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Bay
Hackney
Stallion
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$2,800
Hackney Stallion
Prince is a cute bay TBx pony. He came to me as a driving pony, started hi..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Bay
Hackney
Stallion
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$2,800
Hackney Mare
"Candy" is a 6 year old beautiful red bay mare covered in chrome. She has..
Hanover, Massachusetts
Hackney
Mare
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Hanover, MA
MA
$3,500
Standardbred Stallion
Snoopy is a very sweet standardbred rescued from the racetrack in horrible..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Bay
Standardbred
Stallion
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Attleboro, MA
MA
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Haflinger Stallion
Toby was Amish trained to ride and drive. He just turned 5 and hasn't been ..
Amherst, New Hampshire
Palomino
Haflinger
Stallion
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Amherst, NH
NH
$900
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About Chelsea,MA

The area of Chelsea was first called Winnisimmet (meaning "good spring nearby") by the Massachusett tribe, which once lived there. It was settled in 1624 by Samuel Maverick, whose palisaded trading post is considered the first permanent settlement by Boston Harbor. In 1635, Maverick sold all of Winnisimmet, except for his house and farm, to Richard Bellingham. The community remained part of Boston until it was set off and incorporated in 1739, when it was named after Chelsea, a neighborhood in London, England. In 1775, the Battle of Chelsea Creek was fought in the area, the second battle of the Revolution, at which American forces made one of their first captures of a British ship.