Appaloosa Horses for Sale near Wheeling, WV

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Appaloosa Stallion
Snowflake Appaloosa molly mule. About 56” or 14-14.1 tall. She's only 10 ye..
New Brighton, Pennsylvania
Black
Appaloosa
Stallion
14
New Brighton, PA
PA
$900
Troop
Five-year-old gilding Appaloosa has been driven needs a job friendly loves ..
Salesville, Ohio
White
Appaloosa
Gelding
5
Salesville, OH
OH
$650
Appaloosa Stallion
This pony is not for "Timid" beginners. He has successfully introduced beg..
Lisbon, Ohio
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Lisbon, OH
OH
$1,450
Appaloosa Mare
This little filly is out of a beautiful grade appy stud and a reg. pinto m..
Lisbon, Ohio
Red Roan
Appaloosa
Mare
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Lisbon, OH
OH
$675
Appaloosa Stallion
Good honest dependable trail horse. Safe sound, been there done that type. ..
Lore City, Ohio
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Lore City, OH
OH
$1,600
Appaloosa Mare
Hanna is a 10 year old reg mare. Clips, loads, and stands for the farrier. ..
Cecil, Pennsylvania
Roan
Appaloosa
Mare
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Cecil, PA
PA
$1,600
Appaloosa Mare
Sound and sweet Colorado Range Bred filly. (date of birth not correct) I am..
East Liverpool, Ohio
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
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East Liverpool, OH
OH
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Appaloosa Mare
Gypsy Bride aka "Gypsy" is a 9 year old beautiful brown mare with a pretty ..
Jacobsburg, Ohio
Brown
Appaloosa
Mare
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Jacobsburg, OH
OH
$1,500
Appaloosa Stallion
Topthisformalattire, better known as Duncan, is a 16. 2 hh appaloosa stalli..
Centerville, Pennsylvania
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Centerville, PA
PA
$250
Appaloosa Stallion
Cheyenne is a 6 year old gelding, he is kid safe and is a very easy keeper,..
Freeport, Ohio
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Freeport, OH
OH
$1,000
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About Wheeling,WV

The origins of the name "Wheeling" are disputed. One of the more credible explanations is that the word comes from the Lenni-Lenape phrase wih link or wee lunk, which meant "place of the head" or "place of the skull." This name supposedly referred to a white settler who was scalped and decapitated. His severed head was displayed at the confluence of Wheeling Creek and the Ohio River. Native Americans had inhabited the area for thousands of years. In the 17th century, the Iroquois from present-day New York state conquered the upper Ohio Valley, pushing out other tribes and maintaining the area as their hunting ground.