Eventing Horses for Sale near Jeffersonville, IN

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Ring Around Rosie - Mare in Brooks, KY
Ring Around Rosie
"Ring Around Rosie" is a 13 year old, 14hh, Red Roan Sabino crossbreed mare..
Brooks, Kentucky
Red Roan
Other
Mare
14
Brooks, KY
KY
$5,500
Piccolo's Dance - Mare in LaGrange, KY
Piccolo's Dance
17 year old 16.2h registered warmblood mare. Has completed successfully thr..
Lagrange, Kentucky
Chestnut
Warmblood
Mare
19
Lagrange, KY
KY
$4,000
 - Gelding in Louisville, KY
Paint Gelding
Marco is a very easy going horse. Enoguh thoroughbred in him for some speed..
Louisville, Kentucky
Black
Paint
Gelding
18
Louisville, KY
KY
$6,000
Solomon's Secret
Solomon's Secret is a 11 year old 16/16.1hh Trakehner x Thoroughbred by Sti..
Brooks, Kentucky
Bay
Trakehner
Gelding
12
Brooks, KY
KY
$6,500
Quarter Pony Stallion
Mojos Majik ~Joe~ is a wonderful hunter / jumper / event pony with a lot o..
Louisville, Kentucky
Other
Quarter Pony
Stallion
-
Louisville, KY
KY
$5,500
Pony Mare
Cindy - Lou Who is a 7 year old, 14. 2 hh paint pony, and solid Novice leve..
Louisville, Kentucky
Pony
Mare
-
Louisville, KY
KY
$12,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Fancy mover, very athletic, quiet and sweet TB gelding for sale. He'd make ..
Goshen, Kentucky
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Goshen, KY
KY
$6,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Neo: Chestnut TB gelding, retired from racing due to injury. Won $250K on t..
Goshen, Kentucky
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Goshen, KY
KY
$3,800
Thoroughbred Stallion
Beautiful, athletic jumper. Must sell now due to time restraints, he has no..
Louisville, Kentucky
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Louisville, KY
KY
$7,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Lance knows leg - yield, shoulder - in and shoudler - out, lengthens at tro..
Goshen, Kentucky
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Goshen, KY
KY
$8,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Successfully evented through Training, can go farther. Wonderful honest jum..
Louisville, Kentucky
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Louisville, KY
KY
$15,000
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About Jeffersonville,IN

In 1786 Fort Finney was situated where the Kennedy Bridge is today to protect the area from Native Americans, and a settlement grew around the fort. The fort was renamed in 1791 to Fort Steuben in honor of Baron von Steuben. In 1793 the fort was abandoned. Precisely when the settlement became known as Jeffersonville is unclear, but it was probably around 1801, the year in which President Thomas Jefferson took office. In 1802 local residents used a grid pattern designed by Thomas Jefferson for the formation of a city.