Paint Horses for Sale near Montpelier, VT

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Prussia - Mare in Hyde Park, VT
Prussia
We are moving and are looking to find a great home for Prussia. She would m..
Hyde Park, Vermont
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Hyde Park, VT
VT
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Paint Stallion
Cruiser is the perfect Trail or Youth mount. Uncompplicated and cooperati..
Glover, Vermont
Bay
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Stallion
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Glover, VT
VT
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Target is extremely quiet, stands for the vet / farrier, is good with bath..
Rutland, Vermont
Sorrel
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Rutland, VT
VT
$10,000
Paint Stallion
"Buck" is a very friendly gelding. He bathes, clips, trailers, and has been..
Bristol, Vermont
Buckskin
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Bristol, VT
VT
$3,500
Paint Mare
this little mare is a great horse. good for roads, games push button...
Port Henry, New York
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Port Henry, NY
NY
$1,500
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About Montpelier,VT

Between 1600 and 1800, European settlers began to arrive in the region. Soon after, war, genocide, and dispersal virtually destroyed the Native American settlements. However, evidence suggests some Native Americans remained in the area as late as the mid-1800s. Originally charted on August 14, 1781, the Town of Montpelier was granted municipal powers by the "Governor, Council and General Assembly of the Freemen of the State of Vermont". The first permanent settlement began in May 1787, when Colonel Jacob Davis and General Parley Davis arrived from Charlton, Massachusetts.