8 Yr Paint Mare & 20 MTH GeldingNext Ad »
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Mare for Sale in Newton, AL
Tipper is an 8 yr old Paint mare, rides. Never mistreated, never lame or sick. UTD on shots, worming, farrier (stands nicely) , and has current negative coggins. Have owned since 3 mths, good mare, easy catch, ground ties. $1, 000 Romeo is her 20 mth old Gelding. Imprinted at birth. Started under saddle, ridden by children on lead only. Never a buck, rear or kick. Never lame or sick, never mistreated. Loves kids. Great barrel prospect. UTD on shots, worming, farrier (stands nicely) , current negative coggins. $800 Will consider trade of both or either horse for decent older bumper pull camping trailer. No pop - ups please. Must have paperwork on trailer to trade. Even trade only. . . will not pay cash in addition to horse or horses. Located near Dothan, Alabama
... more» 334-692-5***1 Email pics to noniehor***@aol. com of trailer if you are looking to trade.
About Newton, AL
Newton was founded in 1843 after the formation of Coffee County from Dale County's western half, which rendered the original county seat of Daleville off-center. The town was a scene for Confederate recruiting during the Civil War, and was the site of a battle in March 1865 between local Home Guard troops and elements of the 1st Florida Cavalry (US) operating out of Florida. The Federals were led by Joseph Sanders, a Dale County resident who had previously been a captain in the 31st Georgia Infantry, but had later switched sides and joined the Federals. Seeking to burn the county courthouse, the attackers were repulsed when local troops ambushed their column as they entered the town. This event is commemorated by a monument located in downtown Newton, and by annual re-enactments.