Paint Horses for Sale near Laurel, 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
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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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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
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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 Laurel,DE

The site of the town of Laurel was a Nanticoke Indian settlement known as Broad Creek Town during most of the eighteenth century. [ citation needed ] Its Nanticoke name is unknown. The Indian settlement was created on tracts known as Bachelor's Delight and Greenland in 1711 when the government of Maryland, who originally claimed this part of Delaware, set aside land for the Nanticoke Indians. Nearly all the Indian settlers left within 50 years, relocating to western Pennsylvania. [ citation needed ] The present town was laid out along the Broad Creek in the 1790s and was named for the laurel bushes that grew alongside the creek.