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American Quarter Horse, Gelding, 7 years Go to www.PlatinumEquineAuction.comTrail - Versatility Ranch Horse
US-55555
Sonora KY
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American Quarter Horse, Gelding, 11 years, 14.2 hh, Roan-Bay Poncho 11 Yr old 14.2hh Bay Roan AQHA GeldingVersatility Ranch Horse - Trail - Show - Western
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US-75902
Lufkin
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American Quarter Horse, Gelding, 13 years, 14.3 hh, Gray BULLET 12 Yr old 14.3hh Gray AQHA GeldingVersatility Ranch Horse - Trail - Cowhorse - Western
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US-76044
Godley, TX
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American Quarter Horse, Gelding, 10 years, 14.1 hh, Bay TWIX 9 Yr old 14.1hh Bay Quarter Horse GeldingVersatility Ranch Horse - Trail - Cowhorse - Western
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US-75457
Mt Vernon, TX
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US-44654
Millersburg
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Horses for sale in Indiana - find your dream horse

Indiana is known for its love of auto racing, particularly the famous Indianapolis 500. However, fast horses are still very much a part of this speedy state’s culture. Standardbreds are among the most searched-for breeds as Indiana is the heartland of US harness racing. Alternatively, if your dream horse is a draft, there’s a good chance it will also be found among the horses for sale in Indiana. All drafts are popular, but Belgian Draft Horses are especially admired. The State Fair includes one of the leading celebrations of Belgian Drafts in the USA. Quarter Horse Racing is very popular in this state and AQHs are high on the list of horses for sale in Indiana. Indiana Quarter Horses are consistently among the best in the USA. Drafts, AQHs, and Standardbreds are among the most bought breeds in Indiana. It’s easy to find out whether your dream horse is here. Simply use the country and radius filters on the ehorses website and add some other criteria, such as age, height, gender, and color of your ideal horse. Then, take a look at the selection for sale.

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Horses in Indiana

The economic impact of the Indiana horse industry

There are over 160,000 equines in the state of Indiana. The total sales value of equines, comprising all horses, ponies, mules, burros, and donkeys in Indiana, is estimated at $23.9 million. This ranks Indiana fifteenth overall in the USA. The total value of the equine contribution to the economy is much larger. Annual equine-related income is in the region of $92 million, and the total value of all equine assets is over $4.6 billion. Although draft horses are no longer essential to agriculture and industry, they still make a major economic contribution in Indiana. In 2002, there were 15,400 drafts of various breeds, making up 10% of the total equines. The drafts were valued at $31,108,000 in total, with an average of $2,020 per head. With over 550 Thoroughbred, Quarter Horse, and Standardbred farms, racing makes a major impact, providing jobs and income. It’s believed the total economic impact on Indiana’s economy is $874 million. 

The history of horses in Indiana

Indiana’s name derives from the number of indigenous people that Europeans found here when they first began to arrive in the territory. The first European to arrive in 1679 was French explorer, René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle. Soon, trading posts were set up to trade European goods with the local people in exchange for furs and other items. The goods were carried on pack horses or mules when they could not be carried along waterways. Indiana’s history was subsequently a struggle between locals, who were generally French-supporting, and the British until the American Revolution brought an end to British rule. As the state began to develop agriculture and industry, horses were essential to every area of life. Rich coal seams lay under the surface of this state, and horses and ponies worked in mines. For recreation, the people of Indiana loved racing, whether Quarter Horse racing or harness racing. Both these sports drew crowds at local fairs. Thoroughbred racing had its followers but was established later in this state, as were racetracks and the pari-mutuel betting associated with the sport. Today, the state maintains its agricultural heritage through its many draft horse breeders and supporters. Racing retains its popularity, too.

Horse associations in Indiana

Indiana is an important state in terms of industry, but Indiana’s horse associations reflect its rural roots. These include the Indiana Saddle Horse Association, the Indiana Ranch Horse Association, and many associations devoted to Quarter Horses and Paint Horses, among others.

Disciplines in Indiana

Harness racing and Quarter Horse racing are still popular throughout this state. Draft events are a major draw at local fairs and shows, as well as the State Fair. More and more people are coming simply to enjoy Indiana’s great outdoors on horseback. While this state is known for its agriculture and industry, there are still plenty of beautiful wooded and lakeside areas to explore. 

Most famous horses in Indiana

Indiana’s most celebrated horse is undoubtedly the amazing Dan Patch (1896–1916). This bay gelding with a leg disability and an unpromising start in life became a record-breaking American Standardbred Pacer. In his racing career, he won millions of dollars. In 1905, he set the world record for the fastest mile by a harness horse at 1 minute, 55¼ seconds. The record was held for more than 30 years. He beat his own record the following year, but unofficially, so it could not enter the record books. His celebrity career has overshadowed that of Standardbred harness racer Single G, “The horse that time forgot,” whose own career lasted an astonishing 14 years. He ran in 434 races, won 98 and was placed in 418. 

Basic information about Indiana

Indiana is a state in the Midwest region of the USA. Its population is 6,785,528 and its capital is Indianapolis. Inhabitants of Indiana are known as Hoosiers.

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