Trail Horses for Sale near Hanover, KS

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Arabian Stallion
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Plymouth, Nebraska
Bay
Arabian
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Plymouth, NE
NE
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
60 days prof. training last May and ridden ever since. TONS of ground work..
Hallam, Nebraska
Red Dun
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Hallam, NE
NE
$3,500
Appendix Stallion
Gem is a wonderful 10 year old gelding I am sadly selling. He would make a ..
Milford, Kansas
Chestnut
Appendix
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Milford, KS
KS
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Denali is an increadible horse that is currently ridden western, trails etc..
Fairbury, Nebraska
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
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Fairbury, NE
NE
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About Hanover,KS

The "Hollenberg Station" became an important hub along the way for Pony Express travelers and Geret Hollenberg eventually established a grocery and stage depot on his farm in 1858. The Hollenberg farm housed nine boarding rooms, and the success of "Hollenberg Station" as a business attracted more people to the area and many settled alongside the Hollengbergs in the decade leading up to the establishment of Hanover. Prior to the establishment of the town, in 1868 a school district was established in the area to satisfy the need to educate children of settlers who continued to arrive near the "Hollenberg Station." Hanover was laid out in 1869, and incorporated as a city in 1872. It is a German community named after Hanover, Germany. The founders Geret Hollenberg and Sophia Brockmeyer settled their farm originally called "The Cottonwood Ranch" and later the "Hollenberg Station" alongside the Little Blue River, which became a popular stop along the Pony Express.