Horses for Sale near Camilla, GA

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Quarter Horse Stallion
he is a very sweet and loving horse. he knows how to load, clip, bath, sadd..
Baconton, Georgia
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Baconton, GA
GA
$1,250
Paint Stallion
he is a 3 year old brown and white paint. great ridin horse for pleasure / ..
Baconton, Georgia
Paint
Stallion
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Baconton, GA
GA
$1,500
Half Arabian Stallion
Midnight is an Arab Tennessee Walker cross. He has a wonderful personality...
Albany, Georgia
Gray
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Albany, GA
GA
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
We specialize in Tennessee Walking Horses for field trialing, pleasure or t..
Albany, Georgia
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Albany, GA
GA
$4,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
This registered mare is a beauty! She has the best disposition and just wa..
Albany, Georgia
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Albany, GA
GA
$3,500
Paint Mare
Ginger to our knowledge has always been a brood mare, she does not ride th..
Albany, Georgia
White
Paint
Mare
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Albany, GA
GA
$800
Spotted Saddle Stallion
Dam is a registered tri - color Spotted Saddle horse, Sire is a tri - colo..
Albany, Georgia
Spotted Saddle
Stallion
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Albany, GA
GA
$500
Tennessee Walking Mare
A WHOLE LOTTA STARDUST Registration # 20500491. Pearl is a beautiful TWH P..
Albany, Georgia
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Albany, GA
GA
$3,000
Pony Stallion
Banjo is an absolutely adorable sport pony. He has been started correctly ..
Albany, Georgia
Bay
Pony
Stallion
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Albany, GA
GA
$3,500
Paint Mare
$1000, Trade or o. b. o. Picture available if interested. 01'APHA filly ha..
Albany, Georgia
Paint
Mare
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Albany, GA
GA
$1,000
Half Arabian Stallion
Midnight is a half Arab, half Tennessee Walker. I got this horse to learn e..
Albany, Georgia
Grulla
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Albany, GA
GA
$1,000
Arabian Mare
Nice mover with great bloodlines. Sire sweepstakes nominated stud. E - mai..
Albany, Georgia
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Albany, GA
GA
$2,500

About Camilla,GA

The city was incorporated in 1858. The name Camilla was chosen in honor of the granddaughter of Henry Mitchell, an American Revolutionary War general for whom Mitchell County was named. Camilla and Mitchell County were originally Creek country, surrendered to the United States in the 1814 Treaty of Fort Jackson. Georgia divided the land ceded by Native Americans into lots to be given away in land lotteries. The lottery of 1820 awarded lands covering much of the southwest section of the state (applying only to land south of the future Lee County line and extending west to Chattahoochee and east to settled counties in east Georgia), including the area later known as Mitchell County.