Trail Horses for Sale near New Harmony, IN

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Thoroughbred Mare
Mona is a big, SOUND 2008 Thoroughbred mare ready for her second career. S..
Chandler, Indiana
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Chandler, IN
IN
$1,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Thunder Highway is a nice 2007 Bay Thoroughbred Gelding ready for his seco..
Chandler, Indiana
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Chandler, IN
IN
$2,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Novice Level 3- Day Eventing; has trained in Training Level Dressage and T..
Chandler, Indiana
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Chandler, IN
IN
$5,000
Rocky Mountain Stallion
"Blue" is a kind, sweet natured boy. He trailers, clips and shoes great. ..
Evansville, Indiana
Bay
Rocky Mountain
Stallion
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Evansville, IN
IN
$3,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Gorgeous Mover16. 2 hh 4 yr TB mare, excellent all - around horse. . . Pri..
Bluford, Illinois
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Bluford, IL
IL
$5,000
Saddlebred Mare
This is a great trail horse. She will do anything that you want on the trai..
Albion, Illinois
Black
Saddlebred
Mare
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Albion, IL
IL
$1,300
Paint Stallion
Sorrel & white gentle been handled alot been on trails alot. Been around ca..
Olney, Illinois
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Olney, IL
IL
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Pete is a great horse current on shots, loads and unloads, new shoes, stand..
Evansville, Indiana
Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Evansville, IN
IN
$1,800
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About New Harmony,IN

Although Robert Owen's vision of New Harmony as an advance in social reform was not realized, the town became a scientific center of national significance, especially in the natural sciences, most notably geology. William Maclure (1763–1840), president of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia from 1817 to 1840, came to New Harmony during the winter of 1825–26. Maclure brought a group of noted artists, educators, and fellow scientists, including naturalists Thomas Say and Charles-Alexandre Lesueur, to New Harmony from Philadelphia aboard the Philanthropist (also known as the "Boatload of Knowledge"). Thomas Say (1787–1834), a friend of Maclure, was an entomologist and conchologist. His definitive studies of shells and insects, numerous contributions to scientific journals, and scientific expeditions to Florida, Georgia, the Rocky Mountains, Mexico, and elsewhere made him an internationally known naturalist.