Driving Horses for Sale near Lancaster, OH

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Ace - Gelding in Centerburg, OH
Ace
Ace has been sold...
Centerburg, Ohio
Sorrel
Haflinger
Gelding
14
Centerburg, OH
OH
Sold
Miniature Mare
"Faline" is a GORGEOUS show quality pinto AMHA / AMHR filly that has the W..
Columbus, Ohio
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
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Columbus, OH
OH
$4,500
Haflinger Stallion
Great guy just being sold because I am at school and can't work with with ..
Plain City, Ohio
Chestnut
Haflinger
Stallion
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Plain City, OH
OH
$4,000
Friesian Mare
Koosje is a 2003 filly out of Petra Tineke by the FPS stallion Anne 340. K..
Newark, Ohio
Black
Friesian
Mare
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Newark, OH
OH
$16,000
Haflinger Stallion
Mr. Magoo is a Haflinger (maybe crossed with something) and is 49 inches ta..
Lancaster, Ohio
Brown
Haflinger
Stallion
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Lancaster, OH
OH
$500
Standardbred Stallion
Beautiful grey stbrd. gelding no vices 100% sound. willing unraced. looks l..
Chillicothe, Ohio
Gray
Standardbred
Stallion
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Chillicothe, OH
OH
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
All white, lovely lady who is well trained in reining, barrel, and pulls ca..
Columbus, Ohio
White
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Columbus, OH
OH
$2,000
Haflinger Stallion
has great disposition, easy keeper. does what you ask, very large for halfl..
Lancaster, Ohio
Sorrel
Haflinger
Stallion
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Lancaster, OH
OH
$3,000
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About Lancaster,OH

The earliest known inhabitants of the southeastern and central Ohio region were the Hopewell, Adena, and Fort Ancient Native Americans, of whom little evidence survived, beyond the burial and ceremonial mounds built throughout the Ohio and Mississippi valleys. Many mounds and burial sites have also yielded archaeological artifacts. (See also: Serpent Mound and Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, which though not located in Fairfield County, are close by.) Prior to and immediately after European settlement, the land today comprising Lancaster and Fairfield County, Ohio was inhabited variously by the Shawnee, nations of the Iroquois, Wyandot, and other Native American tribes. It served as a natural crossroads for the intertribal and intra-tribal wars fought at various times. ( See also: Beaver Wars) Noted frontier explorer Christopher Gist reached the vicinity of Lancaster on January 19, 1751, when he visited the small Delaware town of "Hockhocking" nearby.