Horses for Sale near Panama City, FL

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Paint Mare
This mare is an excellent working cow horse. She has been started on heelin..
Marianna, Florida
Gray
Paint
Mare
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Marianna, FL
FL
$5,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Malibu, is 14 1 / 2 hands tall, she is a light red chestnut, with a star on..
Santa Rosa Beach, Florida
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Santa Rosa Beach, FL
FL
$800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Kalik, is almost 14 hands tall, he is a red chestnut, with small white hind..
Santa Rosa Beach, Florida
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Santa Rosa Beach, FL
FL
$800
Quarter Horse Mare
Tippy has been shown in aqha novice classes and local w / t english classes..
Bonifay, Florida
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bonifay, FL
FL
$5,000
Arabian Mare
Shadow is a great horse, dead broke, great color, has fast walk, can keep u..
Chipley, Florida
Arabian
Mare
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Chipley, FL
FL
$900
Holsteiner Mare
Here is a lovely mare schooling 2 nd and 3 rd level movements. She is light..
Lynn Haven, Florida
Bay
Holsteiner
Mare
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Lynn Haven, FL
FL
$15,000
Haflinger Stallion
Very sweet horse who is willing to please...
Panama City, Florida
Chestnut
Haflinger
Stallion
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Panama City, FL
FL
$1,200
Haflinger Stallion
Beautiful stallion. Would show good in halter. Not broke yet. Leads and ver..
Panama City, Florida
Chestnut
Haflinger
Stallion
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Panama City, FL
FL
$1,500
Palomino Stallion
Had horse since he was 1 year. Has riden on trail for the past year. Very s..
Panama City, Florida
Palomino
Stallion
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Panama City, FL
FL
$3,000
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About Panama City,FL

The development in this once unincorporated part of Northwest Florida had previous names such as Floriopolis, Park Resort, and Harrison. In 1906, the development was named Panama City and it was first incorporated as Panama City in 1909. When Panama City was incorporated in 1909, its original city limits were 15th Street (Hwy 98) on the north, Balboa Avenue on the west and Bay Avenue on the east. According to the Panama City Public Library's A History of Panama City, George Mortimer West hoped to spur real estate development in Bay County during a period of intense popular interest in the construction of the Panama Canal by changing the town's name from Harrison to Panama City, because a straight line between Chicago and the capital of the Central American country of Panama intersected the Florida town. Additionally, since required meanders around land formations in a seaborne route to the canal added distance when starting at other ports, Panama City was the closest developed port in the US mainland to the Caribbean entrance of the Panama Canal.