Endurance Riding Horses for Sale near Fairfield, OH

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Champagne Mist - Mare in Okeana, OH
Champagne Mist
5 Year old Tennessee Walking Horse Mare, 15.3 hands, Amber Champagne with s..
Okeana, Ohio
Champagne
Tennessee Walking
Mare
5
Okeana, OH
OH
$3,000
Mia - Mare in Oxford, OH
Mia
14.2 hh mare for sale. Experienced rider. Believed to be an Arabian Cross. ..
Oxford, Ohio
Gray
Arabian
Mare
10
Oxford, OH
OH
$1,200
 - Gelding in Lebanon, OH
Mustang Gelding
Cisco is an 11 year old Kiger Mustang Gelding. My boyfriend and I have had ..
Lebanon, Ohio
Dun
Mustang
Gelding
16
Lebanon, OH
OH
$10,000
Draft Stallion
Diesel is a 9-10 year old BLUE ROAN Mustang / Draft cross, about 15. 2 han..
Trenton, Ohio
Blue Roan
Draft
Stallion
-
Trenton, OH
OH
$550
Arabian Mare
10 yr old registered with IAHA Padrons Mahogany mare that is trained to ri..
Somerville, Ohio
Bay
Arabian
Mare
-
Somerville, OH
OH
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Strght Legs. short back. Good Temp. Imprinted. handled dialy by 4H's. Halte..
Waynesville, Ohio
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
-
Waynesville, OH
OH
$575
Arabian Stallion
Beautiful, flashy reg. Arabian. 7 years old. Formerly trained for endurance..
Milford, Ohio
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
-
Milford, OH
OH
$2,000
Arabian Stallion
KHAYAL YARQIS is a straight Egyptian arabian stallion, blue list eligable, ..
Dayton, Ohio
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
-
Dayton, OH
OH
$750
Arabian Stallion
Sassafrass is a purebred arabian sire is Straight egyptian stallion mare is..
Dayton, Ohio
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
-
Dayton, OH
OH
$1,500
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About Fairfield,OH

Early Fairfield Prior to European settlement the Fairfield area was home to several Indian tribes, most prominently the Shawnee and the Miami. The prehistoric Hopewell and Adena peoples constructed numerous earthworks around the city, though most were unwittingly removed by early settlers in order to accommodate farm fields. The area that is now Fairfield was part of the original Symmes Purchase. Also known as the Miami Purchase, the region was acquired by Judge John Cleves Symmes from the Continental Congress in 1788 and included much of the land between the Little Miami and Great Miami rivers that became the present day counties of Hamilton, Butler, and Warren. As the area was settled hamlets developed to serve the surrounding countryside.