Horses for Sale near Attica, IN

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Paint Mare for Sale in Rossville, Indiana
Paint Mare
Registration Number- 425,833- American Paint Horse Association, Registered..
Rossville, Indiana
Black
Paint
Mare
25
Rossville, IN
IN
$1,500
Paint Gelding for Sale in Rossville, Indiana
Paint Gelding
Registered Number- 927,208- American Paint Horse Association, Registered N..
Rossville, Indiana
Dun
Paint
Gelding
14
Rossville, IN
IN
$1,500
Paint Gelding for Sale in Rossville, Indiana
Paint Gelding
Registered Number- 953,732- American Paint Horse Association, Registered N..
Rossville, Indiana
Black
Paint
Gelding
12
Rossville, IN
IN
$1,500
Paint Gelding for Sale in Watseka, Illinois
Paint Gelding
This is Renegade aka Docs Easy Warrior a 3 year old Paint Gelding. Loads, h..
Watseka, Illinois
Tobiano
Paint
Gelding
7
Watseka, IL
IL
$1,800
Mule Gelding for Sale in Bainbridge, Indiana
Gite
Good running walk. Sound. Doesn’t kick. Loads. Clips. Shoes. Not for inexpe..
Bainbridge, Indiana
Bay
Mule
Gelding
8
Bainbridge, IN
IN
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Lakota is a very sweet and loving 9yr old bay roan quarter horse. she has l..
Crawfordsville, Indiana
Bay Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
11
Crawfordsville, IN
IN
$1,200
Cocoa's Chaos
Up for sale is a ten-year-old registered Tennessee Walking Horse gelding. ..
Bloomingdale, Indiana
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Gelding
10
Bloomingdale, IN
IN
$5,575
Shiloh
Shiloh is great with farrier, vet, ground manners. He is a big muscular hor..
Rantoul, Illinois
Gray
Missouri Fox Trotter
Gelding
13
Rantoul, IL
IL
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About Attica,IN

Attica was laid out by George Hollingsworth and platted by David Stump in 1825. The completion of the Wabash and Erie Canal through the town in 1847 brought a considerable amount of growth to the area, and ended (in Attica's favor) a long-standing rivalry with the neighboring communities of Rob Roy, Williamsport and Covington. Attica is the nearest town to the location where Paul Dresser is believed to have written the state song, " On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away", and the bridge over the Wabash River bears his name. The Attica Downtown Historic District, Attica Main Street Historic District, Brady Street Historic District, Marshall M. Milford House, and Old East Historic District are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.