Warmblood Horses for Sale near Newark, DE

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Warmblood Gelding
https://youtu.be/T684KczR81U Big chested bay/black TB x Freisan cross. Very..
Honeybrook, Pennsylvania
Black
Warmblood
Gelding
12
Honeybrook, PA
PA
$15,000
Connie
8 yr old - 15’3 warmblood mare - FOR SALE ONLY. Has local show miles in the..
Newfield, New Jersey
Chestnut
Warmblood
Mare
9
Newfield, NJ
NJ
$17,500
Warmblood Gelding
Jesse is an outstanding coming 2yr black Dutch/HanX gelding that is the com..
Reading, Pennsylvania
Black
Warmblood
Gelding
7
Reading, PA
PA
$10,000
Warmblood Stallion
Jouet: 10 yr. old 16. 2 chesnut Dutch / TB Gelding out of Fairplay. Shown ..
Elkton, Maryland
Chestnut
Warmblood
Stallion
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Elkton, MD
MD
$5,000
Warmblood Mare
This mare is every trainers dream. . I have been so lucky to have her in t..
Buena, New Jersey
Bay
Warmblood
Mare
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Buena, NJ
NJ
$15,000
Warmblood Stallion
Dreamer is a very fancy 2 year old colt who is triple registerd with the A..
Baltimore, Maryland
Other
Warmblood
Stallion
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Baltimore, MD
MD
$6,500
Warmblood Stallion
9 Years of riding experience. Will clean stalls, train, exercise, hot walk..
Blackwood, New Jersey
Bay
Warmblood
Stallion
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Blackwood, NJ
NJ
$5
Warmblood Stallion
MUST SELL ASAP DUE TO FINANCIAL PROBLEMS - horse is wonderful!! This horse..
Atglen, Pennsylvania
Palomino
Warmblood
Stallion
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Atglen, PA
PA
$12,000
Warmblood Mare
Nice big mare Jumping 3'6" courses with a lot of scope to go higher already..
Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
Warmblood
Mare
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Newtown Square, PA
PA
$4,000
Warmblood Mare
Beautiful Swiss warmblood / Hanoverian mare, by noted Canadian stallion Ury..
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
Bay
Warmblood
Mare
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Kennett Square, PA
PA
$25,000
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About Newark,DE

Newark was founded by Scots-Irish and Welsh settlers in 1694. The town was officially established when it received a charter from George II of Great Britain in 1758. Schools have played a significant role in the history of Newark. A grammar school, founded by Francis Alison in 1743, moved from New London, Pennsylvania to Newark in 1765, becoming the Newark Academy. Among the first graduates of the school were three signers of the Declaration of Independence: George Read, Thomas McKean, and James Smith.