Driving Horses for Sale near Watertown, MA

Post Free Ad
Advanced Search
Haflinger - Gelding in Andover, MA
Haflinger
Registered, Haflinger gelding. 17 years old and 14.3hh. Well broke under sa..
Andover, Massachusetts
Palomino
Haflinger
Gelding
-
Andover, MA
MA
$1,400
Standardbred Stallion
started lightly under saddle, (walk, trot) , canters on longe line and wil..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Bay
Standardbred
Stallion
-
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
-
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
-
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
-
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
-
Hanover, MA
MA
$3,500
Standardbred Stallion
Snoopy is a very sweet standardbred rescued from the racetrack in horrible..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Bay
Standardbred
Stallion
-
Attleboro, MA
MA
Contact
Haflinger Stallion
Toby was Amish trained to ride and drive. He just turned 5 and hasn't been ..
Amherst, New Hampshire
Palomino
Haflinger
Stallion
-
Amherst, NH
NH
$900
Miniature Stallion
this super sweet mini is only 26 in tall now and is excellent with children..
Spencer, Massachusetts
Miniature
Stallion
-
Spencer, MA
MA
$600
Morgan Stallion
Springtown Champagne double registered AMHA for breed and PHBA for color is..
Spencer, Massachusetts
Palomino
Morgan
Stallion
-
Spencer, MA
MA
$750
1

About Watertown,MA

Archeological evidence suggests that Watertown was inhabited for thousands of years before the arrival of settlers from England. Two tribes of Massachusett, the Pequossette and the Nonantum, had settlements on the banks of the river later called the Charles. The Pequossette built a fishing weir to trap herring at the site of the current Watertown Dam. The annual fish migration, as both alewife and blueback herring swim upstream from their adult home in the sea to spawn in the fresh water where they were hatched, still occurs every spring. Watertown, first known to settlers as Saltonstall Plantation, was one of the earliest of the Massachusetts Bay Colony settlements.