Paint Horses for Sale near Vaughn, MT

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Paint Mare
Exceptional Youth Training Project!! Mi Lil Red Rodeo is a yearling, APHA r..
Conrad, Montana
Red Dun
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Conrad, MT
MT
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Trooper is such a lovable guy. He is a real gentleman. His sire has been s..
Ulm, Montana
Sorrel
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Ulm, MT
MT
$2,900
Paint Mare
Harley is very well put together. She is an own granddaughter of APHA champ..
Ulm, Montana
Chestnut
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Mare
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Ulm, MT
MT
$2,500
Paint Mare
Davi is something special. You look into her soft brown eyes and fall in l..
Ulm, Montana
Black
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Mare
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Ulm, MT
MT
$3,500
Paint Mare
Dyna is put together like you wouldn't believe. Short and stout. Her sire ..
Ulm, Montana
Sorrel
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Mare
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Ulm, MT
MT
$4,500
Paint Mare
Smoke is a very pretty mare. She is a little taller than I would like for ..
Ulm, Montana
Black
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Mare
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Ulm, MT
MT
$8,500
Paint Mare
Shawnee is a very sweet mare. When we purchased her we were told that she w..
Ulm, Montana
Chestnut
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Mare
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Ulm, MT
MT
$5,000
Paint Mare
Sunny is a super sweet mare. She is broke to ride, however she does need a..
Ulm, Montana
Sorrel
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Mare
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Ulm, MT
MT
$3,000
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About Vaughn,MT

While trying to make his fortune gold mining in Nelson Gulch near what is now Helena, Montana, Welsh American immigrant Robert Vaughn became convinced that Montana was excellent ranching and farming country. In the fall of 1869, he traveled into Chouteau County, Montana, which at the time covered nearly a sixth of the state. About 9 miles (14 km) upstream from where the Sun River joined the Missouri River, he decided to homestead. He returned to Helena and filed paperwork to claim the land, and learned he was the first individual to formally file for a homestead in Chouteau County. Although Vaughn started out farming, he quickly turned to ranching.