Youth Horses for Sale near Mayfield, KY

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Molly - Mare in Murray, KY
Molly
Molly is a 6 year old mare pony with a beautiful horse colt by her side. Bu..
Murray, Kentucky
Black
Pony
Mare
6
Murray, KY
KY
$5,000
Shamrock - Mare in Eddyville, KY
Shamrock
Trail Horse: This pretty girl is a 6yr old TB BAY mare. NOT papered. We res..
Eddyville, Kentucky
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
7
Eddyville, KY
KY
$2,500
Paint Mare
Are you looking for your next bestfriend? This girl is laid back and easy ..
Hazel, Kentucky
White
Paint
Mare
-
Hazel, KY
KY
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Kid Safe Will Make A Deal For The Pair Shot Gun is a 4 year old I purchase..
Murray, Kentucky
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
-
Murray, KY
KY
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Shottzie is a 4 year old I purchased him and his best friend at the same t..
Murray, Kentucky
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
-
Murray, KY
KY
$1,000
Appaloosa Stallion
Hank is a 9 year old beautiful appaloosa. He is 16. 1 hands tall with true..
Murray, Kentucky
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Murray, KY
KY
$2,400
Warmblood Stallion
Captain is a beautiful 4 year old gelding. He stands 16. 3 hands tall and ..
Murray, Kentucky
Warmblood
Stallion
-
Murray, KY
KY
$5,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Tiny is a very laid back dead broke trail horse. Rides single, double or b..
Princeton, Kentucky
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Princeton, KY
KY
$750
Shetland Pony Stallion
5 Year Old Shetland Pony Gelding. Kid broke, saddle or bare back he is eas..
Benton, Kentucky
Bay
Shetland Pony
Stallion
-
Benton, KY
KY
$600
Appaloosa Stallion
Blondy has a puppy dog personality, approx 14 hh or taller. Been coggined, ..
Fulton, Kentucky
Palomino
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Fulton, KY
KY
$1,000
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About Mayfield,KY

Mayfield is in the center of the Jackson Purchase, an eight-county region purchased by Isaac Shelby and Andrew Jackson from the Chickasaw people in 1818. Mayfield was established as the county seat of Graves County in 1821, and the county was formally organized in 1823. John Anderson is believed to have been the first European-American settler, arriving in 1819 and building a log home on Mayfield Creek. In December 1821, Anderson was appointed county court clerk and moved about two and a half miles to the site that became Mayfield. According to Trabue Davis, the town's name originates indirectly from a gambler named Mayfield, who was kidnapped about 1817 at a racetrack near what is now Hickman.