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Upto 11.3 hands Irish Sport Horse Horses for Sale in East Midlands

Horses for sale in East Midlands are listed in Kent, Dorset, Worcestershire, and other areas in East Midlands
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16hh safe and very talented ride and drive allrounder
ColourChestnutGenderGelding
Height16 handsBreedKWPN
9y 16hh KWPN ride and drive family allrounder 9 y, top dressage potential This horse is a true gentleman, he has ...
Suitable for novice
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£ 2,750
Very Sweet 15. 1hh Mare
ColourPiebaldGenderMare
Height15.1 handsBreedCob
Ellie is a 15. 1hh, 7 year old solid piebald mare. She is used in Willowbrook riding centre for hacking, for a ...
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£ 2,750
MERCEDES 7. 5t COACH BUILT
CategoryHorseboxesMakeMercedes-Benz
Model815Number of stalls3
Tilting cab, Coach built, living area with bench seat, 10ft horse area, runs well just scruffy. NO WARRANTY ...
4
£ 2,999
Future Star for sale in Dorset
ColourChestnutGenderGelding
Height16 handsBreedIrish Sport Horse
Spectacular young Irish Sport horse gelding. Bloodlines include Clover Hill, King Of Diamonds and Warcraft. This ...
Prize winning potential
3
£ 5,000
Super XC & SJ Schoolmaster
ColourChestnutGenderGelding
Height16 handsBreedIrish X
6
£ 3,500 ONO
Dublin Imperial Grooming Bag
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The Dublin Imperial Grooming Bag is perfect for use at shows or storing all your grooming accessories in the tack room. It has a durable outer fabric with satin lining and padding for extra protec...
15. 2hh bay throughbred filly for sale
ColourBayGenderFilly
Height15.2 handsBreedThoroughbred
Athena is sadly for sale through no fault of her own. She has a lot of scope backed last summer and turned away to ...
Prize winning potential
2
£ 1,650 ONO
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