Paint Horses for Sale near Bridgeville, DE

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PENNY IS A BEAUTIFUL REG APHA. She has two white socks and a white blaze. ..
Bridgeville, Delaware
Chestnut
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Bridgeville, DE
DE
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Very flashy paint needs to find a good home. Experienced rider only! Not en..
Laurel, Delaware
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Laurel, DE
DE
$800
Paint Stallion
His sire is a World and Reserve National Champion with his Superior in halt..
Ridgely, Maryland
Sorrel
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Ridgely, MD
MD
$2,000
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90 days on him, he is atheletic and ready to please. extremely gentle..
Cedarville, New Jersey
Chestnut
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Cedarville, NJ
NJ
$3,500
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Nice looking Mare with good bloodlines. She is greenbroke and needs a good..
Georgetown, Delaware
Sorrel
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Georgetown, DE
DE
$1,000
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Minimal White Bay Filly, great personality, will make super all around hors..
Felton, Delaware
Bay Overo
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Felton, DE
DE
$1,000
Paint Stallion
7 yr. old paint gelding, sorrel overo. Stands 16. 1 hands. Muscular, big c..
Bridgeville, Delaware
Bay
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Bridgeville, DE
DE
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Paint Mare
Beautiful paint mare, expecting her first foal at the end of March '03. Has..
Salisbury, Maryland
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Salisbury, MD
MD
$2,800
Paint Stallion
A Touch Of Tradition has 161 halter points with APHA. His foals have the lo..
Berlin, Maryland
Overo
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Berlin, MD
MD
$750
Paint Stallion
Black overo, with white star and white socks with black spots, very quiet, ..
Felton, Delaware
Black
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Felton, DE
DE
$1,350
Paint Stallion
Quiet, loud colored tovero, quick learner, loads, clips, trims, started gro..
Felton, Delaware
Sorrel
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Felton, DE
DE
$1,850
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About Bridgeville,DE

The town of Bridgeville is the oldest community in western Sussex County. Records of land transactions which were made in the first quarter of the 18th century suggest that a significant agricultural community already existed in the area by that period. A small group of houses had been built along the present Main Street by the turn of the 19th century; this settlement was known as "Bridge Branch" for the nearby stream, which was crossed by a bridge as early as 1730. By 1804, the community had grown sufficiently to merit the establishment of a post office. The village was formally recognized in 1810, when an Act of the Assembly was passed to establish its name as "Bridgeville." Early 19th century industries included a water-powered mill, tanyard, charcoal furnace, and fruit-drying business.