Paint Horses for Sale near Georgetown, 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
Paint Mare
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 Georgetown,DE

Since the turn of the 21st century, a major employer is Perdue Farms, which has a large chicken processing plant. It has attracted numerous immigrants from Haiti and Guatemala as workers, stimulating growth of the population and changing the town's demographics. Georgetown has a more diverse population than might be expected in a small Delaware inland town. Many residents speak Haitian French or Creole, while others have a primary language of Spanish, in addition to those whose first language is English. In 2000 slightly more than one-third of the population was ethnic Hispanic and one-fifth was African American (including Haitians).