Youth Horses for Sale near Indian Hills, KY

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Andy
Andy is a multi-time region 12 and region 15 champion and reserve champion ..
Lagrange, Kentucky
Bay
Arabian
Gelding
10
Lagrange, KY
KY
$10,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
Beautiful 10 year old Tennessee Walker for sale! She is in great health, ri..
Scottsburg, Indiana
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Scottsburg, IN
IN
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
AQHA reg. black filly, 2 yrs old in May, very willing and laid back, round..
Rineyville, Kentucky
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Rineyville, KY
KY
$800
Friesian Mare
The friendliest horse I think I ever had. Eager to please. Freisian / And..
Pendleton, Kentucky
Black
Friesian
Mare
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Pendleton, KY
KY
$6,500
Miniature Mare
Kazam is a correct, pretty dilute black 3 yr old mare. She is absolutely b..
Paoli, Indiana
Miniature
Mare
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Paoli, IN
IN
$1,500
Quarter Pony Stallion
Mojos Majik ~Joe~ is a wonderful hunter / jumper / event pony with a lot o..
Louisville, Kentucky
Other
Quarter Pony
Stallion
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Louisville, KY
KY
$5,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
black and white tenn walker kid broke..
Owenton, Kentucky
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Owenton, KY
KY
$1,500
Arabian Stallion
1 / 2 arabian, kid broke..
Owenton, Kentucky
White
Arabian
Stallion
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Owenton, KY
KY
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
"Belle" is a 5 year old solid chestnut mare. She has a super disposition, ..
Louisville, Kentucky
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Louisville, KY
KY
$1,475
Paso Fino Stallion
Blaze is a beautiful chestnust. He is a sweet and kind hearted horse, very ..
Brandenburg, Kentucky
Chestnut
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Brandenburg, KY
KY
$1,200
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About Indian Hills,KY

The community is named for local settler John Veech's Indian Hill Stock Farm, for a time one of the largest horse farms in Kentucky. Veech held over 300 acres (120 ha) as early as 1805, and his family continued to own most of the local land into the 20th century. The Georgian-style Veech house still stands at 125 Indian Hills Trail; the farm's springhouse is at 119 Arrowhead Road. (Both have been approved for listing on the National Register of Historic Places, but the property owners have so far opted against listing. ) An 1877 Louisville Courier-Journal article claims the name was adopted from the hundreds of Indians camped at the site at the time of Louisville's founding in 1778, but naming developments after Indians was generally fashionable in the late-19th century.