Eventing Horses for Sale near Staunton, VA

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 - Gelding in Charlottesville, VA
Thoroughbred Gelding
Candela is a sweet 8 yr. old 15.2hh bay ottb, who would be an awesome jumpe..
Charlottesville, Virginia
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
12
Charlottesville, VA
VA
$12,500
 - Gelding in Stuarts Draft, VA
Thoroughbred Gelding
Rio is an stunning 16.3hh 8 year old off the track thoroughbred. Has comple..
Stuarts Draft, Virginia
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Gelding
12
Stuarts Draft, VA
VA
$7,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Excellent amaateur horse. Packed is a 6 yr old bay tb gelding. He is extre..
Lexington, Virginia
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Lexington, VA
VA
$12,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Impressive 10 year old TB gelding, son of Unfold, for Lease. He has the l..
Charlottesville, Virginia
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Charlottesville, VA
VA
$200
Thoroughbred Stallion
Striking 2004 solid brown / bay TB gelding, made to jump! ~Hauts de Vie~ ..
Greenville, Virginia
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Greenville, VA
VA
$7,000
Warmblood Mare
Light bay with blaze, 3'4 thoroughbred, 1'4 clyde, walks, trots, canters, ..
Staunton, Virginia
Bay
Warmblood
Mare
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Staunton, VA
VA
$2,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Great and dependable schoolmaster horse used by KY University. Sound, hone..
Ruckersville, Virginia
Sorrel
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Ruckersville, VA
VA
$4,500
Hanoverian Stallion
Ty, is a super rising two year old gelding. By the elite HAN stallion NEBEL..
Staurts Draft, Virginia
Bay
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Staurts Draft, VA
VA
$4,500
Draft Mare
Showing or trail riding, Clover is well mannered and willing. She scored a ..
Natural Bridge, Virginia
Gray
Draft
Mare
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Natural Bridge, VA
VA
$6,000
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About Staunton,VA

The area was first settled in 1732 by John Lewis and family. In 1736, William Beverley, a wealthy planter and merchant from Essex County, was granted by the Crown over 118,000 acres (48,000 hectares) in what would become Augusta County. Surveyor Thomas Lewis in 1746 laid out the first town plat for Beverley of what was originally called Beverley's Mill Place. Founded in 1747, it was renamed in honor of Lady Rebecca Staunton, wife to Royal Lieutenant-Governor Sir William Gooch. Because the town was located at the geographical center of the colony (which then included West Virginia), Staunton served between 1738 and 1771 as regional capital for what was known as the Northwest Territory, with the westernmost courthouse in British North America prior to the Revolution.