Welsh Ponies for Sale near Medford, MA

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Welsh Pony Stallion
leo is bay with balze and 4 ankle socks, gorgeous mover with big canter an..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Bay
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$4,500
Welsh Pony Mare
belle has been a lesson pony for 8 yrs. has shown lead - line - pony hunt..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Palomino
Welsh Pony
Mare
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$4,500
Welsh Pony Mare
belle has been a lesson pony since she was 3. has shown lead - line - pony..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Palomino
Welsh Pony
Mare
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$7,000
Welsh Pony Stallion
AA - circuit potential! Solid walk - trot pony. Currently in prof. trainin..
Groton, Massachusetts
Chestnut
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Groton, MA
MA
$7,500
Welsh Pony Stallion
bay with blaze and four socks, been under saddle for 1 yr. has shown light..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Bay
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$5,000
Welsh Pony Stallion
leo is too cute to pass by. Although started late under saddle, he is very..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Bay
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$3,500
Welsh Pony Stallion
slick is a sweet large pony. honest over fences, auto - changes. show and ..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Gray
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$4,000
Welsh Pony Stallion
Has done pony hunters, jumpers, has hunter paced, great at shows. Has perm..
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Chestnut
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$4,000
Welsh Pony Mare
Honey Bun is the perfect pony for a child learning to jump. She will teach ..
Weston, Massachusetts
Palomino
Welsh Pony
Mare
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Weston, MA
MA
$5,800
Welsh Pony Stallion
Wonderful childrens pony priced for immediate sale due to financial problem..
Haverhill, Massachusetts
Bay
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Haverhill, MA
MA
$1,000
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About Medford,MA

Medford was settled in 1630 by English immigrant colonists as part of Charlestown, of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The land was deeded to the colonists by the powerful Native American leader Squaw Sachem of Mistick. The settlement was originally called "Mistick" by Thomas Dudley (a name which persisted for many decades), which his party renamed "Meadford". The name may have come from a description of the " meadow by the ford" in the Mystic River, or from two locations in England that Cradock may have known: the hamlet of Mayford or Metford in Staffordshire near Caverswall, or from the parish of Maidford or Medford (now Towcester, Northamptonshire). In 1634, the land north of the Mystic River was developed as the private plantation of Matthew Cradock, a former governor.