Paint Horses for Sale near Edna, TX

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Paint Mare
Memo is an awesome marked filly, that should do well in the halter ring, s..
Inez, Texas
Black
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Inez, TX
TX
$2,500
Paint Mare
Trixie is a sweet mare that can have a bit of a temper when things don't g..
Inez, Texas
Black Overo
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Inez, TX
TX
$1,700
Paint Mare
Fancy is a sorrel and white overo mare in foal to a black and white homoz. ..
Inez, Texas
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Inez, TX
TX
$3,500
Paint Stallion
Bandit is a well mannered stallion that is easy to bred both by hand or pa..
Inez, Texas
Black Overo
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Inez, TX
TX
$5,000
Paint Stallion
This flashy gelding is smart, willing, wants to learn, and is eager to ple..
Wadsworth, Texas
Sorrel
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Wadsworth, TX
TX
$1,200
Paint Stallion
This horse would be awesome on barrels, poles, or any speed event. He is a ..
Altair, Texas
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Stallion
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Altair, TX
TX
$8,000
Paint Mare
Beautiful sorrel / white tobiano registered APHA mare! Very smart and will..
Victoria, Texas
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Mare
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Victoria, TX
TX
$5,500
Paint Mare
Beautiful Sorrel / White Tobiano. Great hunter prospects. Wonderful western..
Victoria, Texas
Sorrel
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Mare
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Victoria, TX
TX
$4,000
Paint Stallion
DM Heavenly Spots ("Duke") is a APHA / PtHA double - registered tobiano sta..
Palacios, Texas
Chestnut
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Palacios, TX
TX
$500
Paint Stallion
Mr. Fancy Red Cupid (name pending) born the day before Valentine's day. His..
Palacios, Texas
Sorrel
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Palacios, TX
TX
$3,500
Paint Stallion
This guy is going to be awesome. Broke, just needs to be finished to your n..
Port Lavaca, Texas
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Port Lavaca, TX
TX
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About Edna,TX

Edna, the county seat of Jackson County, was established in 1882 when the New York, Texas and Mexican Railway line was built from Rosenberg to Victoria and bypassed Texana, then the county seat. Construction of the railroad began in September 1881. Edna was laid out on land owned by Mrs. Lucy Flournoy, who conveyed right-of-way and a half interest in the townsite to the railroad, which was promoted and built by Italian Count Joseph Telfener. The town was named for a daughter of the count.