Pinto Horses for Sale near Mansfield, TX

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Pinto Mare
100% Color Producer - See Online Videos! B / W Pinto Filly. Flashy, friendl..
Copper Canyon, Texas
Pinto
Mare
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Copper Canyon, TX
TX
$1,900
Pinto Stallion
TT WC at 16 weeks old! Beautiful tri - colored Pinto Arabian colt that is a..
Copper Canyon, Texas
Bay
Pinto
Stallion
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Copper Canyon, TX
TX
$5,500
Pinto Mare
Stunning in Jet Black and White, this very big filly is gorgeous and what a..
Copper Canyon, Texas
Pinto
Mare
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Copper Canyon, TX
TX
$7,500
Pinto Stallion
Partly Sunny. Feb 2002 14. 3H Pinto Arabian colt. Awesome Western / Hunte..
Terrell, Texas
Tobiano
Pinto
Stallion
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Terrell, TX
TX
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Pinto Stallion
Double registered APHA PtHA big double homozygous for black and tobiano Pin..
Copper Canyon, Texas
Pinto
Stallion
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Copper Canyon, TX
TX
$400
Pinto Stallion
(APHA #00451589) (PtHA #115646) Striking Loud 50 / 50 Black and White color..
Copper Canyon, Texas
Pinto
Stallion
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Copper Canyon, TX
TX
$600
Pinto Mare
2003 Pinto Filly dark bay / white tobiano weaned and ready to go. Leads, tr..
Boyd, Texas
Black Overo
Pinto
Mare
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Boyd, TX
TX
$1,000
Pinto Mare
Angel of the Sultan. 2003 50 / 50 Tobiano Pinto Arabian Filly. IAHA PtHA ..
Alvarado, Texas
Tobiano
Pinto
Mare
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Alvarado, TX
TX
$2,000
Pinto Mare
Pinto Reg. can be IAHA reg. sorrel / white 3 y. o. filly is round pen disci..
Boyd, Texas
Sorrel
Pinto
Mare
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Boyd, TX
TX
$1,500
Pinto Stallion
Hidasar CheyenneMoon. IAHA and PtHA 15 / 16 Arabian Bay Tobiano Pinto Stal..
Fort Worth, Texas
Pinto
Stallion
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Fort Worth, TX
TX
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About Mansfield,TX

The first wave of European settlers arrived in the rolling Cross Timbers country of north central Texas in the 1840s. Primarily of Scotch-Irish origins, these pioneer farmers came for the most part from southern states, following the frontier as it shifted west of the Mississippi. They entered an area where Native Americans had been living for thousands of years. The Comanche posed a serious threat to the settlers, and in 1849, the U.S. Army established Fort Worth to protect the farms along the sparsely populated frontier.