Horses for Sale near Amherst, OH

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Classic panther - Stallion in Mansfield, OH
Classic Panther
Tall black colt registered Gvhs out of Skycastle Thor and Princess Cambridg..
Mansfield, Ohio
Black
Gypsy Vanner
Stallion
0
Mansfield, OH
OH
$8,000
Prairie - Mare in Chagrin Falls, OH
Prairie
Very intelligent, personable, natural horsemanship trained young mare. Has..
Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Mare
5
Chagrin Falls, OH
OH
$3,500
DHH - Gelding in Medina, OH
DHH
This horse has been trained to drive and has been ridden daily for last 21/..
Medina, Ohio
Black
Dutch Warmblood
Gelding
6
Medina, OH
OH
$25,000
Jill A Billy - Mare in Medina, OH
Jill A Billy
Please read entire ad before asking questions. For your consideration, comi..
Medina, Ohio
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
3
Medina, OH
OH
$1,800
Mercer’s Mark - Gelding in Strongsville, OH
Mercer’s Mark
Mercer’s Mark aka Freckles is an OTTB who is friendly and gets along with e..
Strongsville, Ohio
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
11
Strongsville, OH
OH
$1,250
CRF Vice - Stallion in Clyde, OH
CRF Vice
Vice is a big, up-headed stallion foal. He should mature to the upper 17hh ..
Clyde, Ohio
Black
Percheron
Stallion
1
Clyde, OH
OH
$2,500
My Auber Jean - Mare in Cleveland, OH
My Auber Jean
2008 American Saddlebred mare. 16 hands big mare who has been shown park pl..
Cleveland, Ohio
Chestnut
Saddlebred
Mare
12
Cleveland, OH
OH
$3,800
TREND - Stallion in Chagrin Falls, OH
Trend
5 year old 1st Premiere Ster Stallion 1.70 +/- L1 Dressage + Winning Point..
Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Black
Friesian
Stallion
6
Chagrin Falls, OH
OH
$40,900
Jed - Gelding in Norwalk, OH
Jed
Project horse. Needs someone with more time and experience than I have Load..
Norwalk, Ohio
Brown
Kentucky Mountain
Gelding
12
Norwalk, OH
OH
$500
Nalah - Mare in Fremont , OH
Nalah
Shown in 4-H, western, English, and even a small amount of contesting, trai..
Fremont, Ohio
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
11
Fremont, OH
OH
$2,500
 - Gelding in Hinckley, OH
Thoroughbred Gelding
Finn is a 2008, approx. 16.3 hh, big-bodied chestnut thoroughbred gelding, ..
Hinckley, Ohio
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Gelding
12
Hinckley, OH
OH
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 -  in Berea, OH
Quarter Horse
Stunning Quarter horse grade colt. Foaled 07/12/17 Imprinted, friendly, wi..
Berea, Ohio
Black
Quarter Horse
3
Berea, OH
OH
$600
 - Mare in Norwalk, OH
Paint Mare
Girl is a registered black and white paint mare that I have used as a trail..
Norwalk, Ohio
Black Overo
Paint
Mare
21
Norwalk, OH
OH
$1,600
 - Mare in Vermillion, OH
Quarter Horse Mare
This beautiful horse is looking for a home. For questions and more informat..
Vermillion, Ohio
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Vermillion, OH
OH
$500
 - Mare in Wadsworth, OH
Paint Mare
Absolutely gorgeous mare with beautiful bold white blaze. Shown in halter, ..
Wadsworth, Ohio
Bay
Paint
Mare
11
Wadsworth, OH
OH
$6,500

About Amherst,OH

The original village which eventually became known as Amherst was established/founded by pioneer settler Josiah Harris (who relocated to this area about 1818), although the original tiny village was first known only as "Amherst Corners" in the early-1830s. When the village-plat was officially recorded in 1836, it was simply named the "town plat of Amherst", but became "Amherstville" circa-1839, and was later changed to "North Amherst", until finally again simply 'Amherst' in 1909. (The original 1820s postal-name of the village's first post-office was "Plato"; and the village's post-office retained that postal-name into the 1840s, even after the local-government name of the village officially became 'Amherstville' by 1840.) The village is often said to have had its beginnings as early as 1812, because land which was settled by pioneer Jacob Shupe, in the "Beaver Creek Settlement" (about a mile north of the later village site), was eventually (at a much later time) included into the Amherst city-limits. However, the actual original Josiah Harris village-plat did not encompass Shupe's site (although Shupe's pioneering efforts within the township, which included constructing his own grist-mill/saw-mill and distillery, certainly added to the area's desirability for later pioneers to settle here). By the latter 1800's, Amherst acquired the title Sandstone Center of the World.