Jumping Horses for Sale near Eva, AL

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Appendix Gelding
FOR SALE Located in Harvest, Alabama: My Favorite Bid AKA Radar is a 16.3 h..
Harvest, Alabama
Chestnut
Appendix
Gelding
21
Harvest, AL
AL
$4,500
Theodore
Theo is a 10 year old arabian/morgan or quarter horse. Theo is 14.3hh and h..
Huntsville, Alabama
Pinto
Arabian
Gelding
13
Huntsville, AL
AL
$3,000
Appaloosa Mare
Great trail horse. I have started jumping her. She is easy to ride and wou..
Boaz, Alabama
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Mare
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Boaz, AL
AL
$1,500
Pinto Stallion
Beautiful, versatile, talented and spotted! Harley can do about anything y..
Hartselle, Alabama
Pinto
Pinto
Stallion
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Hartselle, AL
AL
$3,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Rare opportunity to breed to a Son of WILD RUSH in Alabama. Wild Rush was t..
Ardmore, Tennessee
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Ardmore, TN
TN
$500
Selle Francais Stallion
Seasoned show horse has been shown by both youth and adult amatures. Consis..
Falkville, Alabama
Gray
Selle Francais
Stallion
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Falkville, AL
AL
$21,900
Thoroughbred Stallion
Spy is a very talented guy who has evented Novice successfully. He has a su..
Steele, Alabama
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Steele, AL
AL
$8,500
National Show Stallion
Max is an all around horse very athletic and beautiful Max requires an expe..
Priceville, Alabama
Chestnut
National Show
Stallion
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Priceville, AL
AL
$5,800
Oldenburg Stallion
2002 Registered, Branded Premium Oldenburg gelding by Der Radetzky o / o Ma..
Decatur, Alabama
Gray
Oldenburg
Stallion
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Decatur, AL
AL
$10,000
Oldenburg Stallion
D'artagnon is a premium Oldenburg colt by Der Radetzky o / o MMB Diamont ma..
Decatur, Alabama
Gray
Oldenburg
Stallion
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Decatur, AL
AL
$10,000
Connemara Pony Mare
The perfect pony. Beautiful grey double registered 1 / 2 Connemara 1 / 2 Ar..
Huntsville, Alabama
Gray
Connemara Pony
Mare
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Huntsville, AL
AL
$3,900
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About Eva,AL

Originally called Cowhead, the town began to be settled in 1820, just a year after Alabama achieved statehood. William J. Rook began a Post Office in Cowhead in 1883; however, it was closed a month later. According to local lore, at a community meeting, the town received its current name Eva in October 1883 at the suggestion of a local physician, Dr. Lewis Keller, who had just delivered a beautiful baby girl by that name, Eva Brandon.