Horses for Sale near Demopolis, AL

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Quarter Horse Mare
2 year old Reg AQHA Buckskin / Dun Excellent pedigree. Extremely gentle. L..
Demopolis, Alabama
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Demopolis, AL
AL
$4,000
Paint Stallion
Great trail or all around gelding. Black with white tail and 4 white stocki..
Demopolis, Alabama
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Demopolis, AL
AL
$2,750
Tennessee Walking Mare
Reg. TWHBEA, SSHBEA & RHBEA filly. white 90% with sorrel head and small spo..
Demopolis, Alabama
White
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Demopolis, AL
AL
$1,995
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Reg. TWHBEA Beautiful Black Stud Colt. Stylist natural gait. Born - April 2..
Demopolis, Alabama
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Demopolis, AL
AL
$995
Quarter Horse Stallion
\"My home's in Alabama no matter where I lay my head - I'm Southern born an..
Marion, Alabama
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Marion, AL
AL
$5,000
Quarter Horse Mare
this filly is very easy to work with. very smart and athletic. she would b..
Moundville, Alabama
Liver Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Moundville, AL
AL
$2,200
Quarter Horse Stallion
very gentle easy to catch. green broke wants to please not scared of anythi..
Moundville, Alabama
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Moundville, AL
AL
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
rosie is a kids horse she prefers kids over adults she is shy of men she is..
Moundville, Alabama
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Moundville, AL
AL
$1,250
Paint Stallion
Chestnut and White paint. Baths and loads...
Selma, Alabama
Other
Paint
Stallion
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Selma, AL
AL
$1,200
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About Demopolis,AL

Organizing themselves first in Philadelphia, French expatriates petitioned the U.S. Congress to sell them property for land to colonize. Congress granted approval by an act on March 3, 1817 that allowed them to buy four townships in the Alabama Territory at $2 per acre, with the provision that they cultivate grape vines and olive trees. Following advice obtained from experienced Western pioneers, they determined that Alabama would provide a good climate for cultivating these crops. By July 14, 1817, a small party of pioneers had settled at White Bluff on the Tombigbee River, at the present site of Demopolis, founding the Vine and Olive Colony.