Paint Horses for Sale near Decatur, AL

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Paint Mare
This mare has an outstanding pedigree, coming from champions on both sides..
Florence, Alabama
Red Dun
Paint
Mare
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Florence, AL
AL
$1,800
Paint Stallion
Pistol is an 11 year old Tobiano Paint gelding. He is quiet under the sadd..
Arab, Alabama
Tobiano
Paint
Stallion
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Arab, AL
AL
$500
Paint Stallion
RedDance is a big gentle pretty boy, he gets all the looks where ever he g..
Fayetteville, Tennessee
Paint
Stallion
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Fayetteville, TN
TN
$6,000
Paint Mare
Zan Parr Bar and Impressive Bred APHA 4 year old Bay mare. Nice head and ..
Huntsville, Alabama
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Huntsville, AL
AL
$1,800
Paint Stallion
This is a very nice colt with a ton of potential. He is tracking the Donkey..
Florence, Alabama
Bay
Paint
Stallion
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Florence, AL
AL
$1,200
Paint Stallion
Great trail horse;will do anything on trails. Great conformation and build...
Athens, Alabama
Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Athens, AL
AL
$2,000
Paint Stallion
Grandson of Zippo Pine Bar with Red Sonny Dee and My painted Robin on his p..
Guntersville, Alabama
Paint
Stallion
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Guntersville, AL
AL
$6,000
Paint Stallion
Q Ton Rodeo Ace is homozygous for black and tobiano. He is bred for athleti..
Hanceville, Alabama
Black
Paint
Stallion
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Hanceville, AL
AL
$400
Paint Mare
classy is a bay tobiano mare, classy is a broodmare only, she has big flash..
Hanceville, Alabama
Black Overo
Paint
Mare
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Hanceville, AL
AL
$1,200
Paint Mare
Tuffy (One Tough Dream) is a 8 year old sorrel solid breeding stock mare. ..
Leoma, Tennessee
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Leoma, TN
TN
$3,500
Paint Mare
Ricochet is by Champion Sire Towns Painted Dude, out of Double Registered H..
Rogersville, Alabama
Tobiano
Paint
Mare
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Rogersville, AL
AL
$2,000
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About Decatur,AL

Initially the area was known as "Rhodes Ferry Landing", named for Dr. Henry W. Rhodes, an early landowner who operated a ferry that crossed the Tennessee River in the 1810s at the present-day location of Rhodes Ferry Park. The city was incorporated as Decatur in 1821. It was named in honor of Stephen Decatur; after he was killed in a duel in 1820, President Monroe directed that the Alabama town be named for him.