Paint Horses for Sale near Valdosta, GA

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Paint Stallion
Toby is sweet, easy going, has a laid back disposition and is a very peopl..
Live Oak, Florida
Bay
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Live Oak, FL
FL
$2,500
Paint Mare
Tuppence is a beautiful four year old black mare with four white socks and ..
Monticello, Florida
Black
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Monticello, FL
FL
$4,000
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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Moultrie, GA
GA
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Paint Mare
Dancer is going to be BIG! Built like a tank, super disposition, and nice b..
Jasper, Florida
Chestnut
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Jasper, FL
FL
$1,000
Paint Stallion
This guy is a nice patterned paint with Joe Chance all over papers! View hi..
Jasper, Florida
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Jasper, FL
FL
$2,000
Paint Stallion
Good Temperament, Rides Western Sire: Jessie DOC - DOC Dam: Clarita Tens Su..
Hahira, Georgia
Black Overo
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Hahira, GA
GA
$4,500
Paint Mare
This is a BIG fancy, show - type filly. She has breeding, color, confirmat..
Moultrie, Georgia
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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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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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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
This is the perfect lead line pony. She is very pretty and has an outstand..
Valdosta, Georgia
Palomino
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Mare
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Valdosta, GA
GA
$1,000
Paint Mare
Sassy is a 2- year - old paint standard bred. She was bought for an unexper..
Tifton, Georgia
Bay
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Tifton, GA
GA
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About Valdosta,GA

Valdosta was incorporated on December 7, 1860, when it was designated by the state legislature as the new county seat, formerly at nearby Troupville. The railroad was built to Valdosta that year, rather than Troupville, stimulating development in the new county seat. Many citizens of Troupville had already relocated to Valdosta when the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad was built 4 miles (6 km) away. On July 4, 1860, the engine known as Satilla No. 3 pulled the first train into Valdosta on the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad.