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Coolwater Quarter Horses

Posted in Marketplace Horses

Coolwater Quarter Horses presents World Champion, IMA Safe BET, AQHA standing stud. Contact Jan & Misty Schmidt.

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Y Not Farms & Equestrian Centre

Posted in Marketplace Equine Services, Marketplace Horses, Marketplace Miscellaneous

YNot Farms in its entry into the business of horses named their horse shows, “Spirit of Excellence” setting the bar for excellence in all their equine endeavours.

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Hockley Hills School of Horsemanship

Posted in western riding, horse-shows-clinics, Marketplace Equine Services, Marketplace Horses

Hockley School of Horsemanship and Dave Aitchison Show Horses

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Bilyea Horse Auction

Posted in marketplace-events, Marketplace Horses

Bilyea Horse Sales & Auction invites you to the horse auction in Ilderton, Ontario April 17-18th, 2020

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Ontario Standardbred Adoption Society

Ontario Standardbred Adoption Society

Posted in Marketplace Horses

Successfully re-homing Ontario's retired and non-racing Standardbred horses since 1996. 

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Newnham Performance Horses

Newnham Performance Horses

Posted in Marketplace Horses

Always Quality Stock From Top Local Breeders!

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Standardbred Showcase Riding Club

Standardbred Showcase Riding Club

Posted in Marketplace Equine Services, Marketplace Horses

Promoting the Standardbred in english, western and driving disciplines

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Inukshuk Farm & Equestrian Centre

Posted in trail riding, Marketplace Horses

Come ride with us at Inukshuk Farm and Equestrian Centre. Horses available for full and part lease.

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Lenka Equestrian Centre

Posted in English riding, Marketplace Horses

Offering English Riding Lessons, Summer Horse Camp, Horse Breaking, Training and Sales. Join our 2019 Show Team.

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LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society

LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society

Posted in Marketplace Horses

Long Run's April Star.

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