Paso Fino Horses for Sale near Newberry, FL

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Paso Fino Stallion
Profeta de Besilu / Carmelina de Tonita (Enrique de Tonita's dam) . Except..
Ocala, Florida
Bay
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Ocala, FL
FL
$35,000
Paso Fino Stallion
Its race comes from Colombia, black tall stallion with the best fenotype a..
Ocala, Florida
Black
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Ocala, FL
FL
$25,000
Paso Fino Mare
Too busy to own a horse and give it the care and attention it needs? Don't..
Ocala, Florida
Chestnut
Paso Fino
Mare
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Ocala, FL
FL
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Paso Fino Stallion
This gelding has got the look w / a sweet attitude to boot. he`s a good bo..
Dunnellon, Florida
Gray
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Dunnellon, FL
FL
$2,500
Paso Fino Mare
This awsome little paso mare is the perfect begginer horse for anyone. she ..
Dunnellon, Florida
Bay
Paso Fino
Mare
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Dunnellon, FL
FL
$3,500
Paso Fino Stallion
Emperador de Classico, PFHA # 32, 932, is a handsome 1998 stallion that was..
Ocala, Florida
Bay
Paso Fino
Stallion
-
Ocala, FL
FL
$750
Paso Fino Stallion
LM Monarchos, foaled 4 / 21 / 01, #37537, is an unshown fino stallion by th..
Ocala, Florida
Gray
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Ocala, FL
FL
$7,500
Paso Fino Mare
Coqueta is push button, smooth as glass, safe trail, pleasure mare. She wi..
Ocala, Florida
Chestnut
Paso Fino
Mare
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Ocala, FL
FL
$9,500
Paso Fino Mare
Candelaza de Alexandra, PFHA reg. #29, 704, is a sweet dark sooty buckskin ..
Ocala, Florida
Buckskin
Paso Fino
Mare
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Ocala, FL
FL
$7,000
Paso Fino Stallion
Pistolero de Alexandra is the 2003 National Champion Bella Forma Yearling G..
Ocala, Florida
Gray
Paso Fino
Stallion
-
Ocala, FL
FL
$4,000
Paso Fino Mare
Joya de Paso Largo is sired by Tornado de Gurabo (Bochica) a sire who passe..
Ocala, Florida
Bay
Paso Fino
Mare
-
Ocala, FL
FL
$8,500
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About Newberry,FL

Newberry developed as a mining town after phosphate was discovered in the western part of Alachua County in the 1880s. In 1893, the Savannah, Florida, and Western Railway was extended southward from High Springs to Newberry, leading to its development as a railroad town and trading center. A post office established in March 1894 was named Newton, but changed to Newberry in August of that year. In this period, racial violence against blacks rose in Alachua County, where lynchings took place to enforce white supremacy. A total of 21 people, 19 of them black, were lynched in the county between 1891 and 1926.