Breeding Horses for Sale near Andalusia, AL

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Quarter Horse Mare
4 year old grade quarter horse mare. She is not broke to ride. used as a br..
Florala, Alabama
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Florala, AL
AL
$400
Quarter Horse Mare
Black mare easy to catch she has a 5 month old colt with her would like to ..
Florala, Alabama
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Florala, AL
AL
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
Great mare in foal to Skips Two Eyed Dandy (palomino who produces 50% palom..
Crestview, Florida
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Crestview, FL
FL
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Nice hipped mare in foal to Skips Two Eyed Dandy for 2004 foal. Johnny Dial..
Crestview, Florida
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Crestview, FL
FL
$1,000
Miniature Mare
Mini Hoofs Misty Blue is a granddaughter of FWF Little Blue Boy! She is a ..
Crestview, Florida
White
Miniature
Mare
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Crestview, FL
FL
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Fast little mare, lots of TB in blood. She can really get down on her hock..
Daleville, Alabama
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Daleville, AL
AL
$1,600
Paint Mare
Wonderful producing mare, foal due May 2003, and is eligible for reduced en..
Daleville, Alabama
Paint
Mare
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Daleville, AL
AL
$5,000
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About Andalusia,AL

Andalusia was first settled in 1841 after flooding of the Conecuh River and the surrounding lowlands forced citizens to move to higher ground. The county seat was moved from Montezuma to Andalusia in 1844. The new town was originally called "New Site" but was known as Andalusia by the time a post office was established in 1846. Andalusia, likely got its name from Spanish explorers or settlers since the land where the town is located was part of Spanish Florida until Pinckney's Treaty in 1795. Prior to this treaty, the Spanish Empire claimed all land up to 32.22 degrees north, which would include present day Andalusia which is at 31.31 degrees north.