Pole Bending Horses for Sale near Wheeling, WV

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Pony Mare
Charlene is a 42 inch black pony mare. 12 yrs old. She is broke to ride. ..
Quaker City, Ohio
Black
Pony
Mare
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Quaker City, OH
OH
$450
Pony Mare
Freckles is a 51 inch app pony mare. 5 yrs old. Quiet to handle. She is we..
Quaker City, Ohio
Pony
Mare
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Quaker City, OH
OH
$500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Star is a 15. 2h reg QH gelding. 12 yrs old. Barrels & poles. He has done ..
Quaker City, Ohio
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Quaker City, OH
OH
$900
Quarter Horse Stallion
Reno is a versitile horse. He has been shown as a contest horse but also d..
Quaker City, Ohio
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Quaker City, OH
OH
$2,000
Half Arabian Stallion
broke to ride. exp rider a plus. NOT a mean horse, but will test a rider to..
Old Washington, Ohio
Gray
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Old Washington, OH
OH
$350
Pinto Stallion
Rusty is a great horse. He is sorrel and white with a very good build. Has ..
Old Washington, Ohio
Pinto
Pinto
Stallion
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Old Washington, OH
OH
$10,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Bailey is a 1D -2D Barrel Horse and a 1D Pole Horse, he has been used for b..
Old Washington, Ohio
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Old Washington, OH
OH
$15,000
Arabian Stallion
Dreamer has run contest and done pleasure, will go either way just needs ri..
Steubenville, Ohio
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Steubenville, OH
OH
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Quarter Horse Mare
This palomino quarter filly (non - reg. ) is out of our barrel / pole mare ..
Barnesville, Ohio
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Barnesville, OH
OH
$500
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About Wheeling,WV

The origins of the name "Wheeling" are disputed. One of the more credible explanations is that the word comes from the Lenni-Lenape phrase wih link or wee lunk, which meant "place of the head" or "place of the skull." This name supposedly referred to a white settler who was scalped and decapitated. His severed head was displayed at the confluence of Wheeling Creek and the Ohio River. Native Americans had inhabited the area for thousands of years. In the 17th century, the Iroquois from present-day New York state conquered the upper Ohio Valley, pushing out other tribes and maintaining the area as their hunting ground.