Jumping Horses for Sale near Hiawassee, GA

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Milton  - Gelding in Gainesville, GA
Milton
Milton is a dependable Hunter/Jumper up to 3'3". He has extensive show exp..
Gainesville, Georgia
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
14
Gainesville, GA
GA
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Cheerleader - Mare in Gainesville, GA
Cheerleader
Cheerleader is a petite 15.1 girl that loves to jump. She has extensive ex..
Gainesville, Georgia
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
14
Gainesville, GA
GA
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 - Mare in Gainesville, GA
Mustang Mare
Liberty is a gorgeous Mustang pony, born in the wild and left to herself un..
Gainesville, Georgia
Bay
Mustang
Mare
18
Gainesville, GA
GA
$1,800
Half Arabian Stallion
Trained in: dressage, eventing, hunters, and jumpers. This ad limits my di..
Seneca, South Carolina
Pinto
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Seneca, SC
SC
$1
Quarter Horse Stallion
Pretty Boy Floyd AKA sage is an 8 y / o registered quarter horse gelding, ..
Cleveland, Georgia
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Cleveland, GA
GA
$12,000
Appaloosa Mare
App / TB cross, lower - level eventing, first level dressage, pony clubbed..
Clermont, Georgia
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
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Clermont, GA
GA
$15,000
Quarter Horse Mare
ANNIE barn name is REG. as a liver chestnut, she might turn gray or blue ro..
Tellico Plains, Tennessee
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Tellico Plains, TN
TN
$1,000
Morgan Mare
Amasa Gold has been driven, trail ridden and trained for mounted police. S..
Blue Ridge, Georgia
Dun
Morgan
Mare
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Blue Ridge, GA
GA
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Dandy is a beautiful dark bay gelding. He does well around other horses at..
Cashiers, North Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Cashiers, NC
NC
$8,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Presley" is a 9 yr. old, dappled gray, quarter horse gelding. He does a li..
Dahlonega, Georgia
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Dahlonega, GA
GA
$3,500
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About Hiawassee,GA

Settled circa 1820, Hiawassee was designated seat of the newly formed Towns County in 1856. It was incorporated as a town in 1870 and as a city in 1916. Hiawassee was originally inhabited by predominately Cherokee-speaking peoples, but the myth that the town was named after a Cherokee or otherwise Native American princess is false and is as mythical as the Cherokee princess herself. Hiawassee’s name is nature-based, as mentioned above.