Horses for Sale near Millen, GA

1-15 of 76 Results
Advanced Search
Honey - Mare in Grovetown, GA
Honey
For Sale: Elegance of Zippo, aka “Honey.” Honey, a 15.3 2006 QH mare with b..
Grovetown, Georgia
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
14
Grovetown, GA
GA
Sold
White Arabian - Gelding in Aiken, SC
White Arabian
Beautiful white Arabian who earned 4 first place awards in Arabian Mounted ..
Aiken, South Carolina
White
Arabian
Gelding
16
Aiken, SC
SC
Contact
 - Gelding in Jackson, SC
Paso Fino Gelding
Beautiful Dakota Registered Paso Fino Sweet disposition Good groundmanners..
Jackson, South Carolina
Bay
Paso Fino
Gelding
7
Jackson, SC
SC
$2,000
 - Gelding in Jackson, SC
Paso Fino Gelding
Beautiful Dakota Registered Paso Fino Sweet disposition Good groundmanners..
Jackson, South Carolina
Bay
Paso Fino
Gelding
7
Jackson, SC
SC
$2,000
 -  in Blythe, GA
Quarter Horse
horses of all ages & training levels available for sale! Our horses are pri..
Blythe, Georgia
Quarter Horse
-
Blythe, GA
GA
Contact
 -  in New York, NY
test..
New York, New York
-
New York, NY
NY
Contact
Dancer
A spectacular just turned 2 year old QH gelding. He is an eye catcher for s..
Metter, Georgia
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Gelding
3
Metter, GA
GA
$2,500
test..
New York, New York
-
New York, NY
NY
Contact
test..
New York, New York
-
New York, NY
NY
Contact
test..
New York, New York
-
New York, NY
NY
Contact
test..
New York, New York
-
New York, NY
NY
Contact
fer fge ger..
New York, New York
-
New York, NY
NY
Contact
Half Arabian Stallion
FREE to good hom ONLY: 31 years young, must find a good home for him. Show..
Augusta, Georgia
Bay
Half Arabian
Stallion
-
Augusta, GA
GA
Contact
Tennessee Walking Mare
Started under saddle and will make a great trail horse or show horse in th..
Swainsboro, Georgia
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Swainsboro, GA
GA
$2,500
Half Arabian Mare
6 YRS old, 15. 2 Hands, Liver chestnut in color. Sire is GTF Hallmark. Dam ..
Brooklet, Georgia
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Mare
-
Brooklet, GA
GA
$5,500

About Millen,GA

Millen was first settled in 1835 along the border of what was then Burke and Screven counties. It was originally named "79" due to its approximate distance in miles from the coastal city of Savannah. Planters cultivated cotton as a commodity crop with the use of enslaved Africans. In 1854, the Central of Georgia Railway and the Georgia Railroad connected at 79. The town became known as "Millen's Junction" after McPherson B.