Paint Horses for Sale near Albany, GA

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Paint Gelding
Jax is a 7.5 year old grade gelding. He is very responsive to leg pressure ..
Americus, Georgia
Bay
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Gelding
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Americus, GA
GA
$2,800
Paint Mare
Ginger to our knowledge has always been a brood mare, she does not ride th..
Albany, Georgia
White
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Mare
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Albany, GA
GA
$800
Paint Stallion
he is a 3 year old brown and white paint. great ridin horse for pleasure / ..
Baconton, Georgia
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Stallion
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Baconton, GA
GA
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Very sweet and calm. Will make great show horse never spooks at anything. ..
Albany, Georgia
Bay
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Stallion
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Albany, GA
GA
$500
Paint Stallion
Great all around horse. He could do it all if you have the time to spend wi..
Moultrie, Georgia
Chestnut
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Stallion
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Moultrie, GA
GA
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Paint Mare
$1000, Trade or o. b. o. Picture available if interested. 01'APHA filly ha..
Albany, Georgia
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Mare
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Albany, GA
GA
$1,000
Paint Mare
This is a BIG fancy, show - type filly. She has breeding, color, confirmat..
Moultrie, Georgia
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Mare
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Moultrie, GA
GA
$850
Paint Mare
Beautiful buckskin / overo mare in foal to black qtr stud. This years colt ..
Moultrie, Georgia
Buckskin
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Mare
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Moultrie, GA
GA
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Very well put together. Sire is great grandson of Hall of Fame "PEPONITA" w..
Moultrie, Georgia
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Stallion
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Moultrie, GA
GA
$800
Paint Mare
C - C (Solos Bonanza Registered Name) , is a four year old breeding stock p..
Tifton, Georgia
Sorrel
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Mare
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Tifton, GA
GA
$1,500
Paint Mare
Sassy is a 2- year - old paint standard bred. She was bought for an unexper..
Tifton, Georgia
Bay
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Mare
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Tifton, GA
GA
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About Albany,GA

The region where Albany is located was long inhabited by the Creek Indians, who called it Thronateeska after their word for " flint", the valuable mineral found in beds near the Flint River. They used it for making arrowheads and other tools. In 1830 Congress passed the Indian Removal Act, and the United States made treaties to extinguish Creek and other Native American land claims in the Southeast. The US Army forcibly removed most of the native peoples to Indian Territory, lands west of the Mississippi River. European-American settlement began with Nelson Tift of Groton, Connecticut, who took land along the Flint River in October 1836 after Indian removal.