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 - Gelding in Millbrook, NY
Friesian Gelding
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Millbrook, New York
Black
Friesian
Gelding
10
Millbrook, NY
NY
$27,500
 - Gelding in Stony Brook, NY
Draft Gelding
King Cole Nights is a very sweet chestnut, 13 year old, 16.2hh Belgian Draf..
Stony Brook, New York
Chestnut
Draft
Gelding
18
Stony Brook, NY
NY
$10,000
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
Morgan Mare
Savannah is a coming 5 year old mare that has had 4 months of professional ..
Highland, New York
Chestnut
Morgan
Mare
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Highland, NY
NY
$4,500
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
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About Waterbury,CT

The land was originally inhabited by the Algonquin bands. According to Samuel Orcutt's history, some Puritan residents of nearby Farmington "found it expedient to purchase the same lands from different tribes, without attempting to decide between their rival claims." The original settlement of Waterbury in 1674 was in the area now known as the Town Plot section. In 1675, the turbulence of King Philip's War caused the new settlement to be vacated until the resumption of peace in 1677. A new permanent location was found across the river to the east along the Mad River. The original Native American inhabitants called the area "Matetacoke" meaning "the interval lands." Thus, the settlement's name was Anglicised to "Mattatuck" in 1673.