Youth Horses for Sale near Medford, MA

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Paint Stallion
APHA 453, 611 Beautiful markings and one blue eye. Dakota has a sweet pers..
Quincy, Massachusetts
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Quincy, MA
MA
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Quarter Horse Mare
Leo Leona is a great horse. She is currently ridden by an 8 year old girl. ..
Methuen, Massachusetts
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Methuen, MA
MA
$5,000
Paint Mare
Nice paint for free temporary lease. Goes Eng / Western, trails, shows, com..
Taunton, Massachusetts
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Taunton, MA
MA
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Palomino Mare
Wonderful 15. 2 appx 5 yo Palomino QH mare for temporary free lease on your..
Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Palomino
Palomino
Mare
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Bridgewater, MA
MA
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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.