Halter Horses for Sale near Ashford, AL

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Appaloosa Stallion
AMZN STREAK O LUCK ApHC #642358. This dark bay snocap is a very loud & fla..
Bonifay, Florida
Bay
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Bonifay, FL
FL
$2,500
Racking Mare
Soon To Be Shown By An 11 Year Old!! Rebel Lady is a 3 year old, chestnut,..
Marianna, Florida
Chestnut
Racking
Mare
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Marianna, FL
FL
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Sundrop's Of Royal Ivory is a coming 2 year old (July) TWHBEA registered pa..
Marianna, Florida
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Marianna, FL
FL
$3,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Big pretty daughter of the Phenomenal just starting show career. She's grea..
Graceville, Florida
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Graceville, FL
FL
$5,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Own daugher of Splash Bar in foal to a son of Kid Clu for 2004. Mare has pr..
Graceville, Florida
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Graceville, FL
FL
$2,250
Quarter Horse Mare
Own daughter of Skip Agent out of a daughter of Blondy's Dude. Mare is in ..
Graceville, Florida
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Graceville, FL
FL
$2,250
Quarter Horse Stallion
Tall colt by a Kid Mania (by Kid Clu) and out of a Dominate Clu daughter. ..
Graceville, Florida
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Graceville, FL
FL
$750
Quarter Horse Stallion
Own son of Ima Cool Skip out of a Sierra Te daughter. The colt has a long ..
Graceville, Florida
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Graceville, FL
FL
$5,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Big, nice point - earning show gelding by Dominate Clu and out of an Obviou..
Graceville, Florida
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Graceville, FL
FL
$4,500
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About Ashford,AL

In March 1888, the Alabama Midland Railway built a small depot of Victorian railroad architecture in Ashford to be a waystation along the Bainbridge-to- Montgomery route. The depot was the only building to survive the 1915 fire that destroyed the rest of the town. The original depot received additions at least twice—an enclosed warehouse and open loading dock were added to the east, followed by racially segregated passenger waiting rooms on the west side. The depot faced two sidings that served for loading turpentine from the Adams Company still one block away, and pulpwood. Cotton bales, fertilizer, and a single sweet potato crop were loaded from both sidings.