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 - Gelding in North Attleboro, MA
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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
 - Stallion in West Brookfield, MA
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Financial situation FORCES listing. . . Colby is part of our family. He l..
West Brookfield, Massachusetts
Bay
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West Brookfield, MA
MA
$1
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Due to Financial situation I am forced to lease out my boy. . . I have bee..
West Brookfield, Massachusetts
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West Brookfield, MA
MA
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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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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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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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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 Providence,RI

Providence was settled in June 1636 by Roger Williams and grew into one of the original Thirteen Colonies. Williams was compelled to leave Massachusetts Bay Colony due to his differing religious views, and he and others established Providence Plantations. This settlement merged with others to become the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and it was a refuge for persecuted religious dissenters from the beginning. Providence Plantations was burned to the ground in March 1676 by the Narragansetts during King Philip's War, despite the good relations between Williams and the sachems with whom the United Colonies of New England were waging war. Later in the year, the Rhode Island legislature formally rebuked the other colonies for provoking the war.