Morgan Horses for Sale near Gaithersburg, MD

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Morgan Mare
champion blood lines. Will make great show horse. Broke to ride. Does well..
Hampstead, Maryland
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Morgan
Mare
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Hampstead, MD
MD
$5,500
Morgan Stallion
Shown on A ciruct western pleasure 1999-2002 great trail horse great manne..
Hampstead, Maryland
Chestnut
Morgan
Stallion
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Hampstead, MD
MD
$4,500
Morgan Stallion
Handsome, well mannered, dark bay Morgan gelding, good mover, forward. Req..
Nokesville, Virginia
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Morgan
Stallion
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Nokesville, VA
VA
$6,000
Morgan Stallion
* $100 discount to 4- Hers * $150 off is the foal is registered ASPR* Aida..
Boonsboro, Maryland
Bay
Morgan
Stallion
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Boonsboro, MD
MD
$1,000
Morgan Stallion
Old Dominion 2005: 1 st, 3 & over Stallions In Hand - 1 st, Western Pleasu..
Boonsboro, Maryland
Bay
Morgan
Stallion
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Boonsboro, MD
MD
$5,000
Morgan Stallion
Venture has shown off - farm at SMHA shows in in - hand (conformation and t..
Harwood, Maryland
Bay
Morgan
Stallion
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Harwood, MD
MD
$5,000
Morgan Stallion
HE IS STILL GROWING! PT is Green Broke, and a mannerly horse with a great d..
Harwood, Maryland
Chestnut
Morgan
Stallion
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Harwood, MD
MD
$2,200
Morgan Mare
Hi! I~m Caprice. I used to be a Park Champion. My father was Applevale S..
Berryville, Virginia
Bay
Morgan
Mare
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Berryville, VA
VA
$2,500
Morgan Mare
Excellent trail horse. Loves to 'go'. Very quick. Perfect for rider with..
Boonsboro, Maryland
Chestnut
Morgan
Mare
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Boonsboro, MD
MD
$2,500
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About Gaithersburg,MD

Gaithersburg was settled in 1765 as a small agricultural settlement known as Log Town near the present day Summit Hall on Ralph Crabb's 1725 land grant "Deer Park". The northern portion of the land grant was purchased by Henry Brookes, and he built his brick home "Montpelier" there, starting first with a log cabin in 1780/3. This 1,000 acre tract became part of the landmark IBM Headquarters complex built on the then-new I-270 Interstate "Industrial", now "Technology", Corridor in the late 1960s to the 1970s. Benjamin Gaither married Henry's daughter Margaret, and Benjamin and Margaret inherited a portion of Henry's land prior to Henry's death in 1807. Gaither built his home on the land in 1802.