Quarter Horses for Sale near Garden City, NY

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Quarter Horse Mare
this is one nice western pleasure horse she has also been to the showns! s..
Jamesburg, New Jersey
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Jamesburg, NJ
NJ
$6,200
Quarter Horse Mare
Jespa is 5 years old now and he is doing fine. He is very health and curre..
Union City, New Jersey
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Union City, NJ
NJ
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
15 hand Palomino QH gelding. Rides English and Western. Sensitive - needs..
Freehold, New Jersey
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Freehold, NJ
NJ
$5,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Sired by The Coolest of All, this horse has the breeding!! This gentle gia..
West Point, New York
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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West Point, NY
NY
$13,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Shown successfully in pre childrens hunter / equitation, english pleasures,..
Englishtown, New Jersey
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Englishtown, NJ
NJ
$10,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Marshall is a good all around guy. He will go english and do a hunter cours..
Bedford Hills, New York
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bedford Hills, NY
NY
$6,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Professionally trained quarter horse has shown in "A" shows as both hunter ..
Brewster, New York
Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Brewster, NY
NY
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Quarter Horse Stallion
Internet marketing opportunity. e - mail for information sheet. tackshopcow..
Englishtown, New Jersey
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Englishtown, NJ
NJ
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Dazzel is a great mare with lots to offer. She is kind gentel and has grea..
Danbury, Connecticut
White
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Danbury, CT
CT
$3,000
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About Garden City,NY

In 1869, the Irish-born millionaire Alexander Turney Stewart bought a portion of the lightly populated Hempstead Plains. In a letter, Stewart described his intentions for Garden City: Having been informed that interested parties are circulating statements to the effect that my purpose in desiring to purchase the Hempstead Plains is to devote them to the erection of tenement houses, and public charities of a like character, etc. I consider it proper to state that my only object in seeking to acquire these lands is to devote them to the usual purposes for which such lands, so located, should be applied that is, open them by constructing extensive public roads, laying out the lands in parcels for sale to actual settlers, and erecting at various points attractive buildings and residences, so that a barren waste may speedily be covered by a population desirable in every respect as neighbour taxpayers and as citizens. In doing this I am prepared and would be willing to expend several millions of dollars. Parenthetically, the name "Garden City" pre-dates that of the garden city movement, which was established some years later near the end of the nineteenth century.