Eventing Horses for Sale near Red Creek, NY

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Thoroughbred Stallion
Samson has evented, jumping fours with ease on the eventing course. He is ..
Fulton, New York
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Fulton, NY
NY
$15,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
This is what Blaze does - trail rides, jumps 3 foot, Pony Club games, 4H, ..
Victor, New York
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Victor, NY
NY
$2,800
Thoroughbred Stallion
Holiday has a solid record as a show hunter. He is showing at 3'. However..
Cazenovia, New York
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Cazenovia, NY
NY
$15,000
Appaloosa Stallion
OHghee has a great barrel pattern & done NBHA but he's ring sour and needs..
Cato, New York
Roan
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Cato, NY
NY
$5,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Chasing Shadows is an allowance - winning racehorse, retired sound. Flashy ..
Phelps, New York
Black
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Phelps, NY
NY
$3,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Secret Fire raced 2 seasons, she hit the board but never won, so it is time..
Phelps, New York
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Phelps, NY
NY
$2,000
Appendix Stallion
Handsome black gelding. Perfect ground manners, beautiful mover, jumper, ar..
Victor, New York
Black
Appendix
Stallion
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Victor, NY
NY
$5,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Bit O Class aka Scarlet is currently doing dressage. She has jumped and nev..
Canandaigua, New York
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Canandaigua, NY
NY
$4,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Merlin - this is a beautiful hunter / jumper TB. he jumps with grace and m..
Tully, New York
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Tully, NY
NY
$4,000
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About Red Creek,NY

The village was permanently settled around 1811 and was originally called "Jacksonville" after Andrew Jackson. The name was changed to "Red Creek" around 1836. The name change was attributed to the creek which passes through its entirety. Originally, Big Red and Little Red Creeks were believed to be named from the waters color, which was tainted from passing over iron ore that richly runs throughout the water bed. Both major and lesser creeks were originally fed from Mud Creek, which was later transformed into the Erie Canal.