Paint Horses for Sale near Battle Creek, NE

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Paint Mare
For Sale Paint Mare, broke to ride. She would make a great barrel horse a..
Columbus, Nebraska
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Columbus, NE
NE
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Lots of working blood in this guy! "Danny" is Very Quiet, easy going and ..
Emerson, Nebraska
Sorrel
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Emerson, NE
NE
$600
Paint Mare
This Breeding Stock filly's sire is a World Champion producer and multiple..
Emerson, Nebraska
Sorrel
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Emerson, NE
NE
$800
Paint Mare
This filly will work for you as well as raise awesome babies. She is Mardel..
Plainview, Nebraska
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Plainview, NE
NE
$1,850
Paint Stallion
This is a super gelding that is easy to get along with. Easy to catch and t..
Plainview, Nebraska
Sorrel
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Plainview, NE
NE
$3,000
Paint Stallion
Here is a 16h Tobiano Stallion that would compliment your mares. Eagle is ..
Madison, Nebraska
Black
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Stallion
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Madison, NE
NE
$4,000
Paint Stallion
Here is a grandson of Blue Max. He is very gentle and has a great disposit..
Madison, Nebraska
Black
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Madison, NE
NE
$5,000
Paint Mare
Misty is a stout well built yearling. She is halter broke, broke to lead bu..
Madison, Nebraska
Black
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Mare
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Madison, NE
NE
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Good bloodlines. Very friendly - an inherited quality. Sire produces %90 co..
Genoa, Nebraska
Bay
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Genoa, NE
NE
$900
Paint Mare
Here is one beautiful brood mare. Has all the markings to be homozygous. ..
Madison, Nebraska
Black
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Mare
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Madison, NE
NE
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Neon has been used in 4- H for the past 4 years. He was used in Western, H..
Humphrey, Nebraska
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Stallion
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Humphrey, NE
NE
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Throws 90% color and gentle dispositions. Limited bookings for 2004...
Genoa, Nebraska
Black
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Stallion
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Genoa, NE
NE
$300
Paint Stallion
This is a well put together homozygous colt. He is registered bay but is s..
Plainview, Nebraska
Bay
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Plainview, NE
NE
$1,500
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About Battle Creek,NE

In 1859, following complaints of Pawnee depredations against settlers in the Elkhorn River valley, a combined force of Nebraska Territorial Militia under the command of General John Milton Thayer and 2nd U.S. Army Dragoons under Lieutenant Beverly Holcombe Robertson prepared to attack a Pawnee village. Rather than fighting, the Pawnees surrendered before the attack could be launched. Chief Petalesharu draped an American flag over his shoulders and held a peace pipe while confronting the soldiers to stop the fight from taking place, ending the Pawnee War of 1859. Although no battle occurred, the nearby stream was dubbed Battle Creek.