Paint Horses for Sale near Torrington, WY

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Paint Mare
This filly is halter broke, she ties, loads, and is great for the farrier. ..
Bayard, Nebraska
Bay
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Mare
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Bayard, NE
NE
$600
Paint Mare
Gorgoeus, very intelligent, well - started breeding stock APHA, black but s..
Wheatland, Wyoming
Black
Paint
Mare
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Wheatland, WY
WY
$3,500
Paint Mare
Jingles as we call her is a big stout filly. She is halter broke and is gen..
Torrington, Wyoming
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Torrington, WY
WY
$600
Paint Mare
Cj is a super sweet filly, loads and trims great. Bloodlines go to Mardelle..
Bayard, Nebraska
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Bayard, NE
NE
$1,500
Paint Stallion
This stallion is a true gentleman and passes his manners and lots of color ..
Torrington, Wyoming
Sorrel
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Stallion
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Torrington, WY
WY
$400
Paint Stallion
This papered colt is a cutie. He will go and do anything no questions asked..
Torrington, Wyoming
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Torrington, WY
WY
$800
Paint Stallion
Prince is a reg. paint stud colt out of good quality horses. Will mature ou..
Torrington, Wyoming
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Torrington, WY
WY
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Gonna be a big stout colt when older. He has the looks and the pedigree to..
Torrington, Wyoming
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Torrington, WY
WY
$1,000
Paint Mare
7 year old APHA mare with sorrel and white tovero filly at side. Easy keepe..
Bayard, Nebraska
Red Roan
Paint
Mare
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Bayard, NE
NE
$800
Paint Mare
Leggs is a 3 year old APHA breeding stock mare. She is bred for a 2003 foal..
Bayard, Nebraska
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Bayard, NE
NE
$1,200
Paint Mare
Missy is a well bred APHA breeding stock paint. Pedigree includes: Haidas l..
Bayard, Nebraska
Dun
Paint
Mare
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Bayard, NE
NE
$800
Paint Mare
Crystal is a 11 year old breeing stock paint mare with genuine doc, blue no..
Bayard, Nebraska
Red Roan
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Mare
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Bayard, NE
NE
$3,500
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About Torrington,WY

Situated on the historic Mormon Trail and near the Oregon and California trails along the banks of the North Platte River, Torrington was founded in 1900 by W.G. Curtis (1857–1913), and named by him for his home town of Torrington, Connecticut. Originally a watering and coaling station for the CB&Q Railroad, which began passenger service in 1900, the growing city soon became the main source of civilization for nearby farmers and ranchers. In 1905, the first bridge was constructed over the North Platte River, which it had previously been necessary to ford. A post office called Torrington was established in 1889 on W.