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Scarlett - Mare in Anniston, AL
Scarlett
You’ve not seen anything yet! There are few smarter than this yearling fill..
Anniston, Alabama
Chestnut
Paso Fino
Mare
1
Anniston, AL
AL
$2,500
Nola - Mare in Anniston, AL
Nola
Nola is the whole package. Sired by the National High Point Champion El Red..
Anniston, Alabama
Red Dun
Paso Fino
Mare
1
Anniston, AL
AL
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Looking for a muscular, handsome stallion with great conformation to match..
Heflin, Alabama
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Heflin, AL
AL
$350
Quarter Horse Mare
Widget is adorable, loving, and easy to handle. She is willing and ready ..
Heflin, Alabama
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Heflin, AL
AL
$2,700
Spotted Saddle Mare
Sweet Iced Mtn Whiskey 5 YO SSHEBA registered mare - by Black & White Mast..
Oneonta, Alabama
Black Overo
Spotted Saddle
Mare
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Oneonta, AL
AL
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Kid with Money, AQHA, PHBA palomino stallion. Own son of Kid Tama and gra..
Heflin, Alabama
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Heflin, AL
AL
$450
Quarter Horse Stallion
See our other HorseWeb ads! SOLD!! 2002 Chestnut Overo Stallion Triple r..
Villa Rica, Georgia
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Villa Rica, GA
GA
$13,000
Spotted Saddle Stallion
Patch. 6 YO SSHBEA eligible gelding by Black & White Masterpiece out of Ch..
Oneonta, Alabama
Other
Spotted Saddle
Stallion
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Oneonta, AL
AL
$3,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Becca is a big, gorgeous N / N broodmare seeking a new breeding program. S..
Heflin, Alabama
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Heflin, AL
AL
$3,400
Quarter Horse Mare
Image of Jade is an excellent broodmare seeking a new breeding program. Sh..
Heflin, Alabama
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Heflin, AL
AL
$3,600
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About Rainbow City,AL

This city was named after U.S. Highway 411, called Rainbow Drive, which runs through the middle of the city. Some of the older citizens say it was named after the US 42nd Infantry Division, known as the "Rainbow Division". As early as 1818, families from the Carolinas and Georgia began to migrate to the area and homestead land near the Coosa River. Hernando de Soto's troops were the first visitors to the area in 1540, and today a bridge stands where the Pensacola Trading Path crossed the Coosa River.