Show Horses for Sale near Owego, NY

Post Free Ad
Advanced Search
Quarter Horse Mare
15 yr old ex show horse, well broke has leg injury that needs care, 1 st f..
Roseville, Pennsylvania
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Roseville, PA
PA
$500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Gump is a wonderful gelding. Very Sweet! He has a great disposition and is..
Groton, New York
Sorrel
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Groton, NY
NY
$3,500
Standardbred Mare
Becky is a very nice horse with nice fluid movement. She retired from rac..
Union Dale, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Standardbred
Mare
-
Union Dale, PA
PA
$600
Saddlebred Mare
Ahwaga's Sunn Flamingo (Sunn Warrior x Sand Magic Blonde) Started under sa..
Montrose, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Saddlebred
Mare
-
Montrose, PA
PA
$1,000
Miniature Stallion
MINI MOUNTS ORION is a sweet horse, handled daily by my 6 yr old. started ..
Owego, New York
Miniature
Stallion
-
Owego, NY
NY
$800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Rebel is a very laid back, well - mannered gelding, perfect your young or ..
Norwich, New York
Bay Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Norwich, NY
NY
$6,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Ruby is a stunning Chestnut and White reg. TN Walker filly - may be homozy..
Owego, New York
Tobiano
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Owego, NY
NY
$1,200
Warmblood Stallion
Jeb is a healthy 7 yr old Registered 1 / 2 Arab. Arabian / Percheron cross...
Ovid, New York
Gray
Warmblood
Stallion
-
Ovid, NY
NY
$4,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Rocket is a quiet mare. She has been ridden and shown locally by an older y..
Guilford, New York
Sorrel
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Guilford, NY
NY
$7,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Cooper is one of a kinds, off a working ranch, he has no vices, is sound, h..
Groton, New York
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Groton, NY
NY
$1,650
Appaloosa Stallion
Mega Blend - 1993 16. 2h chestnut Appaloosa gelding. 10 th out of 38 at 199..
Johnson City, New York
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Johnson City, NY
NY
$6,000
1

About Owego,NY

The town was first settled around 1786. The "Original Town of Owego" was created at the time Tioga County was formed in 1791. This original town was reduced by formation of later towns in the county. The town's name is a derivative of the Iroquois word "Ahwaga", which means "where the valley widens". This name came from the vast floods that run into the valley when the winter snows melt, which caused several deaths a year.