Field Trial Horses for Sale near Newnan, GA

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Dakoda - Mare in Tallapoosa, GA
Dakoda
Beautiful black and white mare, had 14 years (my baby) must go to good home..
Tallapoosa, Georgia
Overo
Quarter Horse
Mare
18
Tallapoosa, GA
GA
$1,200
Tennessee Walking Mare
3 yo TWH strawberry roan mare, will already take saddle and you can mount ..
Griffin, Georgia
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Griffin, GA
GA
$500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Cadillac of all TWH, Has been used for Field Trials and Trail rides. Clips..
Griffin, Georgia
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Griffin, GA
GA
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
4 Yr. Old TWH gelding, black. Could be great trail / field trial or childs..
Griffin, Georgia
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
-
Griffin, GA
GA
$350
Tennessee Walking Mare
GREAT trail / field trial horse. Cadillac ride, loads, bathes, clips, sta..
Griffin, Georgia
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Griffin, GA
GA
$2,000
Mule Stallion
REDUCED !!!Great Racking Horse has been trail riden / also used for field ..
Griffin, Georgia
Blue Roan
Mule
Stallion
-
Griffin, GA
GA
$950
Tennessee Walking Mare
Has been used for field trials, nothing spooks her. Loads, bathes, stands ..
Griffin, Georgia
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Griffin, GA
GA
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
crosses water, logs, bridges, has been used for trail rides and field tria..
Griffin, Georgia
Blue Roan
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
-
Griffin, GA
GA
$1,800
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Big strong racking horse. trail rides very well not spooked by cars, four ..
Griffin, Georgia
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
-
Griffin, GA
GA
$2,000
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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.