Appaloosa Horses for Sale near Titusville, FL

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Appaloosa Mare
gorgeous leopard appaloosa (looks like knabstrup) push button mare 14. 3 h..
Orlando, Florida
Appaloosa
Mare
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Orlando, FL
FL
$1,500
Appaloosa Stallion
buckshot is just shy of 16 hand, beautiful chocolate blanket appaloosa, he ..
Palm Bay, Florida
Chocolate
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Palm Bay, FL
FL
$4,000
Appaloosa Stallion
Very cute appaloosa gelding! Very sweet baby! He is very willing to please..
Cocoa, Florida
Roan
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Cocoa, FL
FL
$2,300
Appaloosa Stallion
Jr. is a palomino appy gelding he isvery good trail horse. He was doing sh..
Deltona, Florida
Palomino
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Deltona, FL
FL
$3,500
Appaloosa Mare
Sire: Private Collection (ApHC World Champion) Dam: Miss Perfect Stuff (..
Palm Bay, Florida
Black
Appaloosa
Mare
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Palm Bay, FL
FL
$6,500
Appaloosa Mare
This mare has loads of potential - She would make an awesome hunter, trail,..
Merritt Island, Florida
Red Roan
Appaloosa
Mare
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Merritt Island, FL
FL
$1,500
Appaloosa Mare
Grogeous head, huge hip. Undefeated at halter, now riding quiet. VERY slow ..
Mims, Florida
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Mare
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Mims, FL
FL
$3,500
Appaloosa Mare
Throws gorgeous big hipped babies. Halter and showmanship ApHC point earner..
Mims, Florida
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Mare
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Mims, FL
FL
$3,000
Appaloosa Mare
Roxy is a thoroughbred leopard appaloosa mare. She is sorrel and white. She..
Apopka, Florida
Appaloosa
Mare
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Apopka, FL
FL
$1,500
Appaloosa Mare
She has taken the saddle, bridle and a rider without any buck. She needs so..
Cocoa, Florida
Appaloosa
Mare
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Cocoa, FL
FL
$1,500
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About Titusville,FL

Indigenous peoples had inhabited this area for thousands of years, as shown by discovery in 1982 of the Windover Archeological Site, dating to the early Archaic Period (6000 to 5000 BCE). It has been designated as a National Historic Landmark because of the significance of its remains. At the time of European encounter, this area was inhabited by the Ais Indians, who gathered palmetto, cocoplum and seagrape berries. They also fished the Indian River, called the Rio de Ais by Spanish explorers. By 1760, however, the tribe had disappeared due largely to infectious disease, slave raids, and the disruptive effects of rum.