Friesian Horses for Sale near Germantown, OH

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Bella - Mare in Florence, KY
Bella
Bella is half saddlebred Half friesian. She’s a unique character who chuckl..
Florence, Kentucky
Black
Friesian
Mare
18
Florence, KY
KY
$3,000
Bowie - Stallion in Springfield, OH
Bowie
FHH registered "One Cold Chocobeau", affectionately known as Bowi..
Springfield, Ohio
Bay
Friesian
Stallion
2
Springfield, OH
OH
$4,500
 - Gelding in Anderson, OH
Friesian Gelding
I give out my horse for adoption. I will be leaving to Canada so I am in ne..
Anderson, Ohio
Friesian
Gelding
12
Anderson, OH
OH
Contact
Friesian
i am looking for an ideally 16 to 17 hand friesian gelding/mare preferably ..
Franklin, Ohio
Black
Friesian
-
Franklin, OH
OH
$1,500
Friesian
Im looking for a friesian horse to drive. we lost our last horse in an acci..
Bradford, Ohio
Friesian
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Bradford, OH
OH
Contact
Friesian Mare
"Knight Mare" is confirmed Intro level Dressage with a score of 70. 5%. Sh..
Auburn, Ohio
Bay
Friesian
Mare
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Auburn, OH
OH
$15,000
Friesian Stallion
FHS / FPZV Approved Friesian Stallion Romeo De Roza is available for Breedi..
Casstown, Ohio
Black
Friesian
Stallion
-
Casstown, OH
OH
$100,000
Friesian Stallion
FHS / FPZV Approved Friesian Stallion Romeo De Roza is available for Breedi..
Silver Creek, Georgia
Black
Friesian
Stallion
-
Silver Creek, GA
GA
$1,000
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About Germantown,OH

Germantown, was established in 1804 by German-speaking settlers from Berks County, Pennsylvania. Philip Gunckel, the only member of the group who spoke English, is recognized as Germantown's founder, who chose the site for a grist mill and laid out the original town plan in 1814. The Gunckel Town Plan, maintaining many of its original 19th and early 20th century buildings, has been recognized as a Historic District and has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Germantown underwent many economic changes as distilleries, and the cigar industry, both came and went. In 1847 the Mudlick Distillery was established and, with an output of 30 barrels of whiskey a day, was considered the largest in the country for many years.