Equitation Horses for Sale near Newnan, GA

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RR Cleopatra - Mare in Hogansville, GA
RR Cleopatra
Born May 24th, Cleo is a beautiful bay Belgian Sport/ Trakehner cross. She ..
Hogansville, Georgia
Bay
Belgian Warmblood
Mare
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Hogansville, GA
GA
$9,000
RR Athena - Mare in Hogansville, GA
RR Athena
Born April 3rd, Athena is a lovely dark bay (with possible Rabicano marking..
Hogansville, Georgia
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
1
Hogansville, GA
GA
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 - Stallion in Newnan, GA
Holsteiner Stallion
Akillian's Luck is a super talented jumper just beginning his career. He h..
Newnan, Georgia
Bay
Holsteiner
Stallion
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Newnan, GA
GA
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Hanoverian Stallion
( $600 / month) My horse does anything and everything. He works PERFECT..
Alpharetta, Georgia
Chestnut
Hanoverian
Stallion
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Alpharetta, GA
GA
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Warmblood Stallion
Easy, brave, kind, dutch gelding. Winner in the childrens hunters and the..
Atlanta, Georgia
Bay
Warmblood
Stallion
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Atlanta, GA
GA
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Thoroughbred Stallion
Wonderful guy that is beginner friendly and is a great teacher for the timi..
Atlanta, Georgia
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Atlanta, GA
GA
$20,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
5 years old, sound, intelligent, well put together, elegant mover, bold, co..
Atlanta, Georgia
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Atlanta, GA
GA
$3,500
Arabian Stallion
Very handsome colt by Bravado Bey V (Halter and English Pleasure Champion) ..
Brooks, Georgia
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Brooks, GA
GA
$4,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
60 days professional training & now ready to move on into dressage or equit..
Mcdonough, Georgia
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Mcdonough, GA
GA
$4,200
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About Newnan,GA

The city is home to one of the few Georgia counties with a museum that focuses mainly on African American history. The Coweta County African American Heritage Museum and Research Center, or Caswell House, was opened in July 2003 in a donated mill village house once owned by Ruby Caswell. The museum sits on Farmer Street on an old, unmarked, slave cemetery. It has collected hundreds of family genealogical records by interviewing residents and going through the census records. The museum also houses the Coweta Census Indexes from 1870 to 1920.