Standardbred Horses for Sale near Valley Stream, NY

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 - Stallion in Millstone, NJ
Standardbred Stallion
Great catch! Very obedient..
Millstone, New Jersey
Bay
Standardbred
Stallion
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Millstone, NJ
NJ
$300
 - Stallion in Millstone, NJ
Standardbred Stallion
This guy is so willing, it is amazing that he is only 4 years old. Puppy d..
Millstone, New Jersey
Bay
Standardbred
Stallion
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Millstone, NJ
NJ
$300
 - Stallion in Millstone, NJ
Standardbred Stallion
This boy rode like a champ the first time under saddle! Great manners, lov..
Millstone, New Jersey
Bay
Standardbred
Stallion
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Millstone, NJ
NJ
$300
Standardbred Gelding
Tizzy is a great horse that is used to working! He loves exploring out on t..
Millstone Twp, New Jersey
Bay
Standardbred
Gelding
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Millstone Twp, NJ
NJ
$500
Standardbred Stallion
Our standardbreds are all wonderful, some have just started riding and som..
Millstone, New Jersey
Bay
Standardbred
Stallion
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Millstone, NJ
NJ
$300
Standardbred Mare
Our trainer says she is getting better every day, nice conformation and ma..
Hamilton, New Jersey
Bay
Standardbred
Mare
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Hamilton, NJ
NJ
$250
Standardbred Mare
Big black horse - sweet and smart! Very nice conformation, available for ..
Hamilton, New Jersey
Black
Standardbred
Mare
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Hamilton, NJ
NJ
$300
Standardbred Stallion
Cori is a great fellow, very easy going and lovable. Go to adoptahorse. o..
Hamilton, New Jersey
Bay
Standardbred
Stallion
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Hamilton, NJ
NJ
$300
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About Valley Stream,NY

In the year 1640, 14 years after the arrival of Dutch colonists in Manhattan (New Amsterdam), the area that is now Valley Stream was purchased by the Dutch West India Company from Rockaway Native Americans (they were a Lenape, or Delaware, band, known by the place where they lived). With populations concentrated to the west, this woodland area was not developed for the next two centuries. The census of 1840 list about 20 families, most of whom owned large farms. At that time, the northwest section was called "Fosters Meadow". What is now the business section on Rockaway Avenue was called "Rum Junction", because of its taverns.