Paint Horses for Sale near Charles City, IA

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Fury/Eeyore - Gelding in Austin, MN
Fury/Eeyore
‘Fury’ also affectionately known as ‘Eeyore’ is a 16 hand, 16 y/o APHA (200..
Austin, Minnesota
Sabino
Paint
Gelding
17
Austin, MN
MN
$3,500
Paint Stallion
Jerico is going to be 9 years old in 2010 and he does not have papers. He ..
Charles City, Iowa
Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Charles City, IA
IA
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Paint Mare
we have two mares for sale and two studs that casn be for sale if the pric..
Fertile, Iowa
Paint
Mare
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Fertile, IA
IA
$700
Paint Stallion
Barlink Never So Cool is his pending name, he is a roan color but has no r..
New Hampton, Iowa
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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New Hampton, IA
IA
$5,000
Paint Mare
"Amber" is a gentle mare, and in foal. Has produced 3 red dun overos bred ..
Denver, Iowa
Red Dun
Paint
Mare
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Denver, IA
IA
$2,500
Paint Stallion
2003 Dirty Rocki Baby, superior show bloodlines, father was 7x Halter Champ..
Spring Valley, Minnesota
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Spring Valley, MN
MN
$2,500
Paint Stallion
MUST SELL. . . Registered Paint with the APHA, beautiful solid black, broke..
Spring Valley, Minnesota
Black
Paint
Stallion
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Spring Valley, MN
MN
$3,000
Paint Stallion
Cowboy will be standing to outside mares this year He has color, confirmati..
Austin, Minnesota
Black
Paint
Stallion
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Austin, MN
MN
$250
Paint Stallion
"Snow has it all - the looks, the ability, and the mind to be a great produ..
Iowa Falls, Iowa
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Iowa Falls, IA
IA
$3,500
Paint Stallion
Sonny Go Brite is an excellent all around horse. He was 2003 reserve jump f..
Rose Creek, Minnesota
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Rose Creek, MN
MN
$5,500
Paint Mare
Greet halter and brood mare needs a few miles of riding to make a good west..
Greene, Iowa
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Greene, IA
IA
$2,500
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About Charles City,IA

Located on the site of a Winnebago Indian village, Charles City was originally named "Charlestown" for the son of the first-known white settler to the area, Joseph Kelly. Upon his 1851 arrival to the area, Kelly envisioned the site, with its ample supply of water from the Cedar River and adjacent timberland, as an ideal location for a town. By 1852, twenty-five other settler families had joined Kelly in that vision and a community was born. The town name changed, first to "St. Charles" and then to "Charles City," to avoid duplication of other Iowa town names.