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 - Gelding in Millbrook, NY
Friesian Gelding
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Millbrook, New York
Black
Friesian
Gelding
9
Millbrook, NY
NY
$27,500
 - Gelding in New York, NY
Hanoverian Gelding
Casmir Z (Carthago Z) x Oklund International passport 1’35/1’40 metres in s..
New York, New York
Bay
Hanoverian
Gelding
14
New York, NY
NY
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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
Paint Stallion
I am looking for an intermediate to advanced rider (preferably young) . To ..
Washington, Michigan
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Washington, MI
MI
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Welsh Pony Stallion
peter is a welsh cross black and white he has shown alittle. He is well nat..
New Paltz, New York
Black
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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New Paltz, NY
NY
$1,800
Belgian Warmblood Stallion
belgian / QH, 3 years old. Very affectionate. Broke walk, trot, canter an ..
Lafayette, New Jersey
Belgian Warmblood
Stallion
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Lafayette, NJ
NJ
$15,000
Appendix Mare
Extremely attractive, 6 years old. Has shown competitively in the Low Preli..
Lafayette, New Jersey
Buckskin
Appendix
Mare
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Lafayette, NJ
NJ
$80,000
Holsteiner Stallion
Extremely stunning, 9 years old. Shown successfully up to Low Preliminary J..
Lafayette, New Jersey
Bay
Holsteiner
Stallion
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Lafayette, NJ
NJ
$50,000
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About Kiryas Joel,NY

Kiryas Joel is named for the late Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum, the rebbe of Satmar and driving spirit behind the project. Teitelbaum himself helped select the location a few years before his death in 1979. Joel Teitelbaum, originally from Hungary, was the rebbe who rebuilt the Satmar Hasidic dynasty in the years following World War II. The Satmar hasidim who established Kiryas Joel came from Satu Mare, Romania, known when under Hungarian rule as Szatmár. In 1947, Teitelbaum originally settled with his followers in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, a borough of New York City.