Paint Horses for Sale near Middletown, CT

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Tinker is a sweat heart, can do anything with her, she has alot of love to..
Winsted, Connecticut
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Winsted, CT
CT
$2,800
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Scout is a perfect project for an amateur or adult with experience that is..
Durham, Connecticut
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Durham, CT
CT
$1,500
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8 (going on 9) year old paint gelding for sale. 15 hh. UTD on shots / vacc..
Milford, Connecticut
Other
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Milford, CT
CT
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Super sweet boy, well socialised, NOTHING wrong with him, just need the sp..
Torrington, Connecticut
Liver Chestnut
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Torrington, CT
CT
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Absolutely perfectly built well socialised colt. Very pretty, smart and ha..
Torrington, Connecticut
Chestnut
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Torrington, CT
CT
$200
Paint Mare
Jeanne is a 4 yo paint mare with TONS of potential. W / T / C and started..
Bethel, Connecticut
Sorrel
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Bethel, CT
CT
$1,500
Paint Stallion
"Legacy" is a fabulous horse. He is as patient as they come. Ridden by a ..
Manorville, New York
Black
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Manorville, NY
NY
$6,500
Paint Mare
We rescued this poor girl 300 lbs underweight abused and neglected. Lounges..
Westfield, Massachusetts
Bay Overo
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Westfield, MA
MA
$750
Paint Stallion
doran is currently a stallion with gelding disposition. He is presently bei..
Winsted, Connecticut
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Winsted, CT
CT
$30,000
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About Middletown,CT

The land on the western bank of the Connecticut River where Middletown now lies was home to the Mattabesett Native Americans (also spelled Mattabesec, Mattabeseck, and Mattabesek); the area they inhabited—now Middletown and the surrounding area—was named after them. At the time the first European settlers arrived in the region, the Mattabesetts were a part of the group of tribes in the Connecticut Valley, under a single chief named Sowheag. Plans for the colonial settlement were drawn up by the General Court in 1646; the first Europeans arrived from nearby Connecticut colonies in 1650. On September 11, 1651, the General Court of Connecticut established the town of "Mattabesett". A couple of years later in November of 1653, the settlement was renamed Middletown.