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PridesPaintedChampion (Rebel) is a 16 year old paint gelding. Rebel is a Wo..
North Attleboro, Massachusetts
Red Dun
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North Attleboro, MA
MA
$3,000
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ziggy is a wonderful, full of perosnality, flashy, paint gelding, many yr...
Attleboro, Massachusetts
Chestnut
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Attleboro, MA
MA
$8,000
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Zack is a 4 yo Registerd Paint gelding. Zack is currently being ridden wes..
Pepperell, Massachusetts
Other
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Pepperell, MA
MA
$8,900
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APHA 453, 611 Beautiful markings and one blue eye. Dakota has a sweet pers..
Quincy, Massachusetts
Sorrel
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Quincy, MA
MA
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Chance For Cash is a wonderful horse for anyone. NBHA 2D times with 1D spee..
Methuen, Massachusetts
Sorrel
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Methuen, MA
MA
$3,700
Paint Mare
Nice paint for free temporary lease. Goes Eng / Western, trails, shows, com..
Taunton, Massachusetts
Bay
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Taunton, MA
MA
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Gorgeous loud yearling colt with an exceptional quiet dsposition! Very bala..
Shirley, Massachusetts
Chestnut
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Shirley, MA
MA
$4,500
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2002 Show Highlights: Reserve Champion in Special Hunters @ Seacoast; Place..
Sandwich, Massachusetts
Sorrel
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Sandwich, MA
MA
$9,500
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Adorable 3y / o paint gelding ready to be started under saddle. he has grou..
Plymouth, Massachusetts
Chestnut
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Plymouth, MA
MA
$2,000
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About Brockton,MA

In 1649, Ousamequin ( Massasoit) sold the surrounding land, then known as Saughtucket, to Myles Standish as an addition to Duxbury. Brockton was part of this area, which the English renamed Bridgewater, until 1821, when it became the town of North Bridgewater. Its name changed in 1874, after a contentious process finally decided on naming it after Isaac Brock (the initial British commanding general at Queenston Heights, where invading American troops suffered a rout, in 1812), after a local merchant heard of Brockville, Ontario, on a trip to Niagara Falls. Brockton became a city on April 9, 1881. During the American Civil War, Brockton was America's largest producer of shoes, and until the latter parts of the 20th century Brockton had a large shoe and leather products industry.