Hanoverian Horses for Sale near Johns Creek, GA

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Hanoverian Mare
Beautiful 3 year old Hanoverian. Great kids or adult horse. 100% sound, wi..
Lawrenceville, Georgia
Chestnut
Hanoverian
Mare
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Lawrenceville, GA
GA
$6,900
Hanoverian Stallion
( $600 / month) My horse does anything and everything. He works PERFECT..
Alpharetta, Georgia
Chestnut
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Alpharetta, GA
GA
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Hanoverian Stallion
Imported Hanoverian gelding 9 yr old, 16. 1h Rio is by Feiner Graf and o..
Alpharetta, Georgia
Bay
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Alpharetta, GA
GA
$40,000
Hanoverian Stallion
Gabriel, "Gabe", is a Hanoverian cross gelding by Geudarian. He is bright ..
Duluth, Georgia
Bay
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Duluth, GA
GA
$25,000
Hanoverian Stallion
Beautiful and talented Hanoverian / Thoroughbred X. Shows 1 st level dres..
Duluth, Georgia
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Duluth, GA
GA
$30,000
Hanoverian Stallion
"Denny" is a beautiful bay yearling colt by Rubaron Von Foxpaw and out of ..
Commerce, Georgia
Bay
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Commerce, GA
GA
$15,000
Hanoverian Stallion
Balducci is a registered 2003 Hanoverian colt. With boodlines tracing back ..
Loganville, Georgia
Bay
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Loganville, GA
GA
$15,000
Hanoverian Stallion
Whiz Kid, 03 Hanoverian Colt by Winerprinz out of Graf Goetz / Gastronom / ..
Cumming, Georgia
Chestnut
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Cumming, GA
GA
$10,000
Hanoverian Stallion
Balducci is a 2003 Hanoverian bay colt out of a Hanoverian mare, Capellena ..
Loganville, Georgia
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Loganville, GA
GA
$12,000
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About Johns Creek,GA

In the early 19th century, the Johns Creek area was dotted with trading posts along the Chattahoochee River in what was then Cherokee territory. The Cherokee nation at the time was a confederacy of agrarian villages led by a chief. However, after Europeans colonized the area, the Cherokee developed an alphabet, and a legislature and judiciary system patterned after the American model. Some trading posts gradually became crossroads communities where pioneer families – Rogers, McGinnis, Findley, Buice, Cowart, Medlock and others – gathered to visit and sell their crops. By 1820, the community of Sheltonville (now known as Shakerag) was a ferry crossing site, with the McGinnis Ferry and Rogers Ferry carrying people and livestock across the river for a small fee.