Miniature Horses for Sale near Fairfield, OH

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Miniature Stallion
Phantom is a Double Delute AMHA / AMHR Perlino stallion. UTD on Farrier, a..
New Richmond, Ohio
Miniature
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New Richmond, OH
OH
$1,000
Miniature Mare
Mini Hilltop's Summer Rose "Maya" is a 33 in. 1994 solid bay double regist..
Burlington, Kentucky
Bay
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Mare
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Burlington, KY
KY
$600
Miniature Stallion
Maverick is a 29" red roan gelding. He is green broke. Great 4h horse...
Butler, Kentucky
Red Roan
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Butler, KY
KY
$800
Miniature Stallion
Dusty a is 33 inch perlino / overo stallion, Reg. AMHR. He will be good f..
Middletown, Ohio
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Middletown, OH
OH
$650
Miniature Stallion
tiny is a dapple grey with a white mane and tail, he has one bad hoof, whic..
Trenton, Ohio
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Trenton, OH
OH
$100
Miniature Stallion
Silver Plate Stoli, is a NATIONAL Caliper AMHR stallion. He is a light pal..
Dayton, Ohio
Palomino
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Dayton, OH
OH
$4,500
Miniature Mare
Broodmares and Weanlings all from Champion bloodlines. Sires of Weanlings a..
Lebanon, Ohio
Bay
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Mare
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Lebanon, OH
OH
$1,900
Miniature Stallion
National Quality Driver & Halter Gelding. Son of National Grand Champion I..
Lebanon, Ohio
Bay
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Lebanon, OH
OH
$1,900
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About Fairfield,OH

Early Fairfield Prior to European settlement the Fairfield area was home to several Indian tribes, most prominently the Shawnee and the Miami. The prehistoric Hopewell and Adena peoples constructed numerous earthworks around the city, though most were unwittingly removed by early settlers in order to accommodate farm fields. The area that is now Fairfield was part of the original Symmes Purchase. Also known as the Miami Purchase, the region was acquired by Judge John Cleves Symmes from the Continental Congress in 1788 and included much of the land between the Little Miami and Great Miami rivers that became the present day counties of Hamilton, Butler, and Warren. As the area was settled hamlets developed to serve the surrounding countryside.