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Hackney Stallion
Owner retiring due to ill health, price reduced, make reasonable offer. Sh..
East Hampton, Connecticut
Black
Hackney
Stallion
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East Hampton, CT
CT
$2,500
Hackney Stallion
Owner retiring due to ill health, price reduced, make reasonable offer. Li..
East Hampton, Connecticut
Bay
Hackney
Stallion
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East Hampton, CT
CT
$1,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
i dont hve time to spend with cappy now and he needs someone to play with ..
Stafford Springs, Connecticut
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Stafford Springs, CT
CT
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Shetland Pony Mare
"Goldie" is an eye - catching sweet little pony. She w / t / c and jumps ..
Bethel, Connecticut
Palomino
Shetland Pony
Mare
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Bethel, CT
CT
$2,500
Hackney Stallion
Just N Gogetter (AHHS #23156) (Dun - Haven Celebrity X Gentleman's Midnigh..
Middletown, Connecticut
Bay
Hackney
Stallion
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Middletown, CT
CT
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
2002 Registered Quarter Horse gelding. Sweet disposition. Green broke, lun..
North Haven, Connecticut
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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North Haven, CT
CT
$4,800
Appendix Stallion
TIMMY is a 5 year old appendix qh gelding. he stands at a true 16. 1 with a..
Granby, Massachusetts
Bay
Appendix
Stallion
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Granby, MA
MA
$8,200
Miniature Stallion
Hawk Hollows Im Smokin - 6-5-04, AMHA, grulla colt, may appy out like mom -..
Greene, Rhode Island
Grulla
Miniature
Stallion
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Greene, RI
RI
$1,500
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About Middletown,CT

The land on the western bank of the Connecticut River where Middletown now lies was home to the Mattabesett Native Americans (also spelled Mattabesec, Mattabeseck, and Mattabesek); the area they inhabited—now Middletown and the surrounding area—was named after them. At the time the first European settlers arrived in the region, the Mattabesetts were a part of the group of tribes in the Connecticut Valley, under a single chief named Sowheag. Plans for the colonial settlement were drawn up by the General Court in 1646; the first Europeans arrived from nearby Connecticut colonies in 1650. On September 11, 1651, the General Court of Connecticut established the town of "Mattabesett". A couple of years later in November of 1653, the settlement was renamed Middletown.