Paint Horses for Sale near Ceredo, WV

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Paint Mare
$900 OBO! This mare is a descendant of Secretariat. She is just waiting fo..
Rio Grande, Ohio
Tobiano
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Mare
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Rio Grande, OH
OH
$900
Paint Mare
This little mare is doing very well on the pattern and has a laid back att..
Greenup, Kentucky
Bay
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Mare
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Greenup, KY
KY
$3,000
Paint Stallion
Tonka is a 6 year old gelding. He has a beautiful trot! I took him to scho..
Franklin Furnace, Ohio
Black Overo
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Stallion
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Franklin Furnace, OH
OH
$3,400
Paint Mare
Tess is the 2005 OPHC Champion Breeding Stock Lounge Line. She was the un..
Gallipolis, Ohio
Chestnut
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Mare
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Gallipolis, OH
OH
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Im An Investment is a proven color producing stallion. Has thrown multiple ..
Greenup, Kentucky
Paint
Stallion
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Greenup, KY
KY
$2,200
Paint Stallion
This gelding is put together excellently. Pretty enough for halter and rea..
Greenup, Kentucky
Red Dun
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Stallion
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Greenup, KY
KY
$3,200
Paint Mare
VF Twayna Jo is an own daughter of Twaynas Dash (SI 109) , and has Dash fo..
Greenup, Kentucky
Bay
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Mare
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Greenup, KY
KY
$3,000
Paint Stallion
Tres of Honor is an excellent speed event or english prospect. Reynolds Ra..
Greenup, Kentucky
Sorrel
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Stallion
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Greenup, KY
KY
$950
Paint Stallion
This guy is defiantely a LOOKER!! He's got a wonderful disposition with bea..
South Point, Ohio
Paint
Stallion
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South Point, OH
OH
$1,500
Paint Stallion
"Dually" is a beautiful 3 year old black tobiano stallion. He has a quiet l..
Gallipolis, Ohio
Black
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Stallion
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Gallipolis, OH
OH
$300
Paint Mare
she is out of exclusive titan sire. shes from boston dam. she is green brok..
Portsmouth, Ohio
Chestnut
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Mare
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Portsmouth, OH
OH
$2,000
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About Ceredo,WV

Ceredo named by its founder for the bountiful harvest of corn upon the site. The name derives from Ceres, the goddess of corn and harvest. New England Congregationalists founded Ceredo to demonstrate the superiority of an economic system not based on slave labor. Eli Thayer, an abolitionist congressman from Massachusetts, believed that bringing abolitionists like himself into southern states could ultimately bring about the end of slavery. While some welcomed the newcomers, several area newspapers published opinions against this "invasion." The newspaper of nearby Ashland, Kentucky, however, supported this move.