Paint Horses for Sale near Halfway, OR

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Paint Stallion
Mingo is a great trail horse. he goes through water, over bridges, hobbles..
Baker City, Oregon
Black Overo
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Baker City, OR
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$1,500
Paint Stallion
8 th in the world in Hus retired for major showing! He has been shown Open..
Joseph, Oregon
Chestnut
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Stallion
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Joseph, OR
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$8,000
Paint Stallion
This young is one that everybody would want he is gentle, handy to ride, a..
Halfway, Oregon
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Stallion
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Halfway, OR
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$4,500
Paint Stallion
This is a very nice young horse, he is very athletic would make a potentia..
Halfway, Oregon
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Stallion
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Halfway, OR
OR
$4,300
Paint Stallion
This is a very gentle very dependable ranch gelding, he has been around se..
Halfway, Oregon
Black Overo
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Stallion
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Halfway, OR
OR
$4,000
Paint Mare
This is a very quick horse for her size. Also very stout. Been in mtns, sho..
Richland, Oregon
White
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Mare
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Richland, OR
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$1,350
Paint Stallion
Awesome friendly horse needs a home w / a job. Needs more work than I have ..
Richland, Oregon
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Stallion
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Richland, OR
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$2,350
Paint Mare
Colonels Smashing Success, an awesome young mare with loads of potential. ...
Joseph, Oregon
Sorrel
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Mare
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Joseph, OR
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$2,000
Paint Stallion
Pappy is Registered BS APHA. This young guy was imprinted, he is handled da..
Enterprise, Oregon
Buckskin
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Stallion
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Enterprise, OR
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$1,800
Paint Mare
Robin is very easy to handle, she is out of AQHA Diana Down by APHA Stormy ..
Enterprise, Oregon
Sorrel
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Mare
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Enterprise, OR
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$1,000
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About Halfway,OR

The community was named for the fact it is roughly halfway between Pine and Cornucopia. While a post office was established in 1887, the town was platted in another location in 1907, the post office moved there in 1908, and it incorporated in 1909. Halfway earned a place in the history of the dot-com era in December 1999, when it received and accepted an offer to rename itself as Half.com, Oregon, after the e-commerce start-up, for one year in exchange for $110,000; 20 computers for the school; and other financial subsidies. It became the first city in the world to rename itself as a dot com. Among the less obvious reasons the town was chosen were its small population size (and thus its likelihood to accept such an offer) and the city's location, which fit perfectly into Half.com's marketing scheme.