Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Wellsville, NY

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Cash - Gelding in Dansville, NY
Cash
Beautiful Appaloosa gelding AMHR, shown Halter, western stock and color, dr..
Dansville, New York
Other
Miniature
Gelding
7
Dansville, NY
NY
$2,200
Quarter Horse Mare
Impressa Whiz, aka "Whiz, " is a 21 year old Quarter Horse mare. Ideal for..
Bradford, Pennsylvania
White
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Bradford, PA
PA
$3,500
Appaloosa Stallion
Ace is a nice horse, he would make some one a nice first kids horse or a h..
Whitesville, New York
Black
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Whitesville, NY
NY
$1,500
Mustang Mare
"Honey" showing 2'3" now but moving up soon. She will be able to show lar..
Mansfield, Pennsylvania
Buckskin
Mustang
Mare
-
Mansfield, PA
PA
$12,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Ima Sissy Zipper is a show stopper, fully trained in Western and English P..
Emporium, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Emporium, PA
PA
$8,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
he is a western pleasure horse that has been shown in local shows and has b..
Allegany, New York
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Allegany, NY
NY
$500
Appaloosa Stallion
Willie is a very flashy horse. He has four white socks above his knees and ..
Gainesville, New York
Blue Roan
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Gainesville, NY
NY
$1,200
Quarter Horse Stallion
Rusty has won many championships in english & western pleasure, jumping (3...
Gainesville, New York
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Gainesville, NY
NY
$4,800
Arabian Mare
This Arabian is a great horse. She stands for the farrier and the vet. We r..
Cohocton, New York
Bay
Arabian
Mare
-
Cohocton, NY
NY
$2,300
Paint Mare
Lilly is a nice all around horse, all she needs is the right rider and she ..
Lawrenceville, Pennsylvania
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
-
Lawrenceville, PA
PA
$3,600
Morgan Stallion
Sacred Paths Rayne has an incredible balanced trot, chiseled head, long nec..
Genesee, Pennsylvania
Brown
Morgan
Stallion
-
Genesee, PA
PA
$1,800
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About Wellsville,NY

Originally an encampment for native peoples, Wellsville's settlement was driven, first, by the tanning and lumber industries and, later, the discovery of oil and natural gas. Wellsville was the location of encampments for thousands of years, including the Lamoka and Brewerton cultures. The latest native people, the Seneca, named Wellsville Gistaguat, according to a map produced in 1771 by Guy Johnson, as the official map of New York state at the time, for then-Governor William Tryon. The Seneca referred to the Wellsville area as "the Pigeon Woods" and held annual festivals and encampments there to take advantage of the passenger pigeon (see memoirs of Captain Horatio Jones). At the time, passenger pigeons filled the skies by the millions, and the tribes and bands came to the Wellsville area from all over western New York and northern Pennsylvania to Gistaquat to harvest the pigeons by the thousands.