Paint Horses for Sale near Valley Stream, NY

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Eder Holguin - Gelding in Fairview, NJ
Eder Holguin
Dream Horse Alert 🐴🦄🐴 (Plenty of Videos and Pictures in the comments, paper..
Fairview, New Jersey
Tobiano
Paint
Gelding
5
Fairview, NJ
NJ
$8,000
 - Gelding in Medford, NY
Paint Gelding
Registered 15 yr old gelding,color me smart,needs very expierenced rider,gr..
Medford, New York
Bay
Paint
Gelding
19
Medford, NY
NY
$3,200
Paint Stallion
Simba is a 9 year old paint gelding. He stands at 16 hands. Simba can be r..
Huntington, New York
White
Paint
Stallion
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Huntington, NY
NY
$10,000
Paint Stallion
Terrific Eventer for Youth / Adult. 48 Life Time Merrits. Rides English / ..
Bedminster, New Jersey
Paint
Stallion
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Bedminster, NJ
NJ
$12,000
Paint Mare
Folie was born and raised on our farm. She has been used in our lesson pr..
Millstone, New Jersey
Other
Paint
Mare
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Millstone, NJ
NJ
$12,000
Paint Mare
we have a great filly with top of the line paper! you can make her in to a..
Jamesburg, New Jersey
Black
Paint
Mare
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Jamesburg, NJ
NJ
$2,000
Paint Stallion
This Is a excellent western pleasure horse ready to go to shows, safe for ..
Marlboro, New Jersey
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Marlboro, NJ
NJ
$7,500
Paint Stallion
"Legacy" is a fabulous horse. He is as patient as they come. Ridden by a ..
Manorville, New York
Black
Paint
Stallion
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Manorville, NY
NY
$6,500
Paint Stallion
I am looking for an intermediate to advanced rider (preferably young) . To ..
Washington, Michigan
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Washington, MI
MI
Contact
Paint Stallion
Storm is very sweet. He glides as he strides. Will make an excellent engli..
Rockleigh, New Jersey
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Rockleigh, NJ
NJ
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Paint Horse 16. 2 hh gelding. Very handsome 11 y / o. Going well over 2 1 /..
Staten Island, New York
Paint
Stallion
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Staten Island, NY
NY
$4,000
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About Valley Stream,NY

In the year 1640, 14 years after the arrival of Dutch colonists in Manhattan (New Amsterdam), the area that is now Valley Stream was purchased by the Dutch West India Company from Rockaway Native Americans (they were a Lenape, or Delaware, band, known by the place where they lived). With populations concentrated to the west, this woodland area was not developed for the next two centuries. The census of 1840 list about 20 families, most of whom owned large farms. At that time, the northwest section was called "Fosters Meadow". What is now the business section on Rockaway Avenue was called "Rum Junction", because of its taverns.