Ponies for Sale near Fort Meade, FL

Post Free Ad
Advanced Search
Pony Stallion
Sparky is a gelding pony, 15 years old, color is Dark Bay. He is broke, ha..
Sebring, Florida
Bay
Pony
Stallion
-
Sebring, FL
FL
$500
Pony Mare
Sweet Thing is a pony mare, color is Bay, 10 years old. Trained very well,..
Sebring, Florida
Bay
Pony
Mare
-
Sebring, FL
FL
$500
Pony Mare
Lady is pony mare, sorrel colored, only 15 years old. She's very gentle, g..
Sebring, Florida
Chestnut
Pony
Mare
-
Sebring, FL
FL
$500
Pony Stallion
Black pony , only 3 years old, very good for riding, and for childen she i..
Sebring, Florida
Black
Pony
Stallion
-
Sebring, FL
FL
$500
Pony Mare
Betty Boo is Pony mare paint, she's black and white by exclusively distrib..
Sebring, Florida
Black
Pony
Mare
-
Sebring, FL
FL
$500
Pony Mare
Dora is pony mare palomino, she's very fat , is broke to childrens, she's ..
Sebring, Florida
White
Pony
Mare
-
Sebring, FL
FL
$500
Pony Mare
Small pony mare, used for lessons would make a great leadline, walk pony or..
Myakka City, Florida
Bay
Pony
Mare
-
Myakka City, FL
FL
$1,250
Pony Mare
Orchid is a pretty brown and white paint pony. She is rideable but still v..
Plant City, Florida
Other
Pony
Mare
-
Plant City, FL
FL
$2,500
Pony Mare
14'2 hh white hunter jumper pony. 5 years old. Walk / trot / canter and sta..
Polk City, Florida
White
Pony
Mare
-
Polk City, FL
FL
$3,500
Pony Mare
14 hh 4 year old paint mare (sild with blaze) doing walk trot canter and st..
Polk City, Florida
Chestnut
Pony
Mare
-
Polk City, FL
FL
$6,000
Pony Mare
12 yrs. old. correct conformation. utd shots, feet, teeth, neg. coggins. Sa..
Zephyrhills, Florida
Dun
Pony
Mare
-
Zephyrhills, FL
FL
$2,000
Pony Mare
13. 2 hh 13 y. o, POA / X Mare. Gorgeous little Bay with a star. Super move..
Tampa, Florida
Bay
Pony
Mare
-
Tampa, FL
FL
$15,000
1

About Fort Meade,FL

Fort Meade is the oldest city in Polk County, dating its origins to 1849 when it was established along a new military road from Tampa (Fort Brooke) to Fort Pierce following the Second Seminole War. The town and road were originally sited by then-lieutenant George Meade of the Corps of Topographical Engineers, whose commander named it for him. The 1880s business district was located on old Wire Street (now Broadway), which was a casualty of four devastating fires. Today, there are over 150 buildings which are designated as landmarks. In the 1890s the Fort Meade Street Railway operated a horse-drawn service in the town.