Horses for Sale near Hoboken, NJ

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Quarter Horse - Horse for Sale in Greenwich, CT 06831
Dashing Babbler
Foal yet to be registered. Papers of parents in photos Foal stands in Mexi..
Greenwich, Connecticut
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
0
Greenwich, CT
CT
$6,000
Quarter Horse - Horse for Sale in Greenwich, CT 06831
Shado
Buckskin Colt with Papers from International Bucksin papers. Parents pape..
Greenwich, Connecticut
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Stallion
0
Greenwich, CT
CT
$3,000
Quarter Horse - Horse for Sale in Newfoundland, NJ 07435
Victory
Safe, solid, finished, tried and true. Victory has been used in a feed lot ..
Newfoundland, New Jersey
Bay
Quarter Horse
Gelding
6
Newfoundland, NJ
NJ
Sold
Half Arabian - Horse for Sale in Stamford, CT 06906
Northern Star
other ad shows that her and her companion go together. 7500 usd for both to..
Stamford, Connecticut
Other
Half Arabian
Mare
18
Stamford, CT
CT
$7,500
Other - Horse for Sale in Stamford, CT 06906
Coco Chanel
she is Morgan and Tennessee walker mix. She is scared of men and I need her..
Stamford, Connecticut
Brown
Other
Mare
15
Stamford, CT
CT
$7,500
Rocky Mountain - Horse for Sale in Neshanic Station, NJ 08853
Monty
Travel the trails in style and comfort. Naturally gaited, extensive trail e..
Neshanic Station, New Jersey
Pinto
Rocky Mountain
Gelding
17
Neshanic Station, NJ
NJ
$5,000
Paint - Horse for Sale in Fairview, NJ 07022
Eder Holguin
Dream Horse Alert 🐴🦄🐴 (Plenty of Videos and Pictures in the comments, paper..
Fairview, New Jersey
Tobiano
Paint
Gelding
7
Fairview, NJ
NJ
$8,000
Thoroughbred - Horse for Sale in Dix Hills, NY 11749
Royal
Looking for his forever person. do health problems of owner hes looking fo..
Dix Hills, New York
Gray
Thoroughbred
Gelding
15
Dix Hills, NY
NY
$12,000
Dutch Warmblood - Horse for Sale in Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889
Queenie
7 years old 15.2 ½ H, Dutch Warmblood, Mare, KWPN Dam Testament WRF (out of..
Whitehouse Station, New Jersey
Bay
Dutch Warmblood
Mare
10
Whitehouse Station, NJ
NJ
$40,000
Oldenburg - Horse for Sale in Franklin, NJ 07416
Prinz
Hello all! Helping out a friend spread the word about a great horse they ar..
Franklin, New Jersey
Chestnut
Oldenburg
Gelding
17
Franklin, NJ
NJ
Contact
Trakehner - Horse for Sale in Wall, NJ 07719
Willow
Willow is a sweet and stunning chestnut mare who is looking for her next pe..
Wall, New Jersey
Liver Chestnut
Trakehner
Mare
13
Wall, NJ
NJ
$3,000
Other - Horse for Sale in Huntington, NY 11746
Other Gelding
10 year old warmblood cross gelding available for sale or lease. If you're ..
Huntington, New York
Red Roan
Other
Gelding
15
Huntington, NY
NY
Contact
Hanoverian - Horse for Sale in Millstone, NJ 08535
Hanoverian Mare
Smart, sweet, sensitive and phenomenal mover, made to shine, thrives on cha..
Millstone, New Jersey
Chestnut
Hanoverian
Mare
21
Millstone, NJ
NJ
Contact
Thoroughbred - Horse for Sale in Port Murray, NJ 07865
Thoroughbred Gelding
Chustnut Thoroughbred (OTTB) looking for a loving home. This boy has a play..
Port Murray, New Jersey
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Gelding
16
Port Murray, NJ
NJ
$2,500
Warmblood - Horse for Sale in Newton, NJ 07860
Warmblood Mare
San Andréas in a beautiful black mare born in July 2008, she is 15h1(but lo..
Newton, New Jersey
Black
Warmblood
Mare
14
Newton, NJ
NJ
$10,000

About Hoboken, NJ

The name "Hoboken" was chosen by Colonel John Stevens when he bought land, on a part of which the city still sits. The Lenape (later called Delaware Indian) tribe of Native Americans referred to the area as the "land of the tobacco pipe", most likely to refer to the soapstone collected there to carve tobacco pipes, and used a phrase that became "Hopoghan Hackingh". Like Weehawken, its neighbor to the north, Communipaw and Harsimus to the south, Hoboken had many variations in the folks-tongue. Hoebuck, old Dutch for high bluff and likely referring to Castle Point (the district of the city highest above sea level), was used during the colonial era and later spelled as Hobuck, Hobock, Hobuk and Hoboocken. However, in the nineteenth century, the name was changed to Hoboken, influenced by Flemish Dutch immigrants and a folk etymology had emerged linking the town of Hoboken to the similarly-named Hoboken district of Antwerp.