Breeding Horses for Sale near Helena, AL

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Saige - Mare in Helena, AL
Saige
9 year old buckskin gaited grade mare. Breaks my heart to sale her but I do..
Helena, Alabama
Buckskin
Tennessee Walking
Mare
10
Helena, AL
AL
$2,000
Paint Mare
Solid Paint Filly. Mighty Awesome, Coosa, Skipa Star, Impressive, Magnol..
Springville, Alabama
Chestnut
Paint
Mare
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Springville, AL
AL
$1,500
Paint Mare
April is a Paint / QH cross. Out of a sire known as "Exceptionist", which ..
Warrior, Alabama
Chestnut
Paint
Mare
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Warrior, AL
AL
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
5 year old GrullaCutting Horse Stallion, Great Temperment and Good Confoma..
Springville, Alabama
Grulla
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Springville, AL
AL
$500
Thoroughbred Mare
Elle is a 7 yr old, 15. 3h, beautiful, book one mare. She is physically c..
Sylacauga, Alabama
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Sylacauga, AL
AL
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Steps Loaded Gun is a 5 year old AQHA Broodmare. Daughter of One Gun Pal (..
Springville, Alabama
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Springville, AL
AL
$1,700
Quarter Horse Mare
"Stage Door Lady" is a Cool Mint bred broodmare - - she is super nice and ..
Sumiton, Alabama
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Sumiton, AL
AL
$3,000
Paso Fino Mare
This mare is green broke, would like to sale or trade for kid safe gaited t..
Randolph, Alabama
Roan
Paso Fino
Mare
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Randolph, AL
AL
$2,500
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About Helena,AL

The area was long the territory of the historic Muscogee people, known by English colonists as the Creek Indians. While Scots-Irish and English traders had interaction with them, and there was some armed conflict in the early 19th century, most European-American settlers did not come to this area until 1849. This was after the United States had conducted Indian Removal of the Creek and other Southeastern tribes in the 1830s, to lands west of the Mississippi River. The first European-American settlers to Helena, which they initially named Cove, were veterans of the final campaigns of the War of 1812. Members of Andrew Jackson's army were attracted to the quiet, peaceful valleys and streams after the Battle of Horseshoe Bend.