Halter Horses for Sale near Ashland, KY

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Quarter Horse Stallion
Get your KYBIF foals for an affordable breeding fee!! 2009 foals will be e..
Greenup, Kentucky
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Greenup, KY
KY
$300
Paint Mare
Tess is the 2005 OPHC Champion Breeding Stock Lounge Line. She was the un..
Gallipolis, Ohio
Chestnut
Paint
Mare
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Gallipolis, OH
OH
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Im An Investment is a proven color producing stallion. Has thrown multiple ..
Greenup, Kentucky
Paint
Stallion
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Greenup, KY
KY
$2,200
Quarter Horse Mare
Salina is that stunning liver chestnut with lotsa chrome. Everyone from th..
Greenup, Kentucky
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Greenup, KY
KY
$2,000
Paint Stallion
This gelding is put together excellently. Pretty enough for halter and rea..
Greenup, Kentucky
Red Dun
Paint
Stallion
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Greenup, KY
KY
$3,200
Quarter Horse Stallion
RBS Jaxs Jessi James is eligible for foundation registering (89%) and is an..
Greenup, Kentucky
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Greenup, KY
KY
$750
Quarter Horse Mare
Maid is very fast registered AQHA mare. She's had a lot of professional tr..
Waverly, Ohio
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Waverly, OH
OH
$3,500
Miniature Mare
AMHR yearling filling, light grey with star, off center snip, blue eyes, wh..
Kitts Hill, Ohio
Miniature
Mare
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Kitts Hill, OH
OH
$800
Paint Mare
she is out of exclusive titan sire. shes from boston dam. she is green brok..
Portsmouth, Ohio
Chestnut
Paint
Mare
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Portsmouth, OH
OH
$2,000
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About Ashland,KY

Ashland dates back to the migration of the Poage family from the Shenandoah Valley via the Cumberland Gap in 1786. They erected a homestead along the Ohio River and named it Poage's Landing. Also called Poage Settlement, the community that developed around it remained an extended-family affair until the mid-19th century. In 1854, the city name was changed to Ashland, after Henry Clay's Lexington estate and to reflect the city's growing industrial base. The city's early industrial growth was a result of the Ohio Valley's pig iron industry and, particularly, the 1854 charter of the Kentucky Iron, Coal, and Manufacturing Company by the Kentucky General Assembly.