Trail Horses for Sale near Winona, MS

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Quarter Horse Mare
She is 2 year old and is a great pleasure prospect. She might be a good s..
Bruce, Mississippi
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bruce, MS
MS
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Registered Tennessee Walking Horse. He is a charcoal roan color. He has b..
Bruce, Mississippi
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Bruce, MS
MS
$700
Quarter Horse Stallion
Registered Sorrel gelding. He is going to turn 20 this year but still has ..
Bruce, Mississippi
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bruce, MS
MS
$300
Paint Mare
Sorrel and White registered paint mare. She is 20 years old and would mak..
Bruce, Mississippi
Paint
Mare
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Bruce, MS
MS
$100
Paint Stallion
Paint, 11 year old, registered paint stud. He has two blue eyes. He is cur..
Bruce, Mississippi
Paint
Stallion
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Bruce, MS
MS
$3,500
Quarter Horse Mare
White, seven year old, Quarter Horse mare. Has a baby at her side that ca..
Bruce, Mississippi
White
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bruce, MS
MS
$700
Paint Mare
This mare is a Crop out paint that is exposed to a Reg. sorrel / white tob..
Bruce, Mississippi
Black
Paint
Mare
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Bruce, MS
MS
$1,250
Paint Stallion
Skippy is a great trail and super sweet. He is 15. 2 and 1400 lbs. He throw..
Bruce, Mississippi
Bay
Paint
Stallion
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Bruce, MS
MS
$300
Paint Mare
Jewell Do Bar is a bay / roan white tobaino mare. A very different color th..
Bruce, Mississippi
Paint
Mare
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Bruce, MS
MS
$2,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Reg. AQHA gelding Poco bred. Great trail horse, has been pasture roped off ..
Bruce, Mississippi
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bruce, MS
MS
$2,300
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About Winona,MS

Middleton, Mississippi was a town that developed in the 19th century two miles west of Winona's site. Some locals consider it the predecessor to Winona. After the railroad was built to the east, development shifted to what became Winona and bypassed Middleton. Pre-1900s [ edit ] The first European-American settler in the area, which was originally part of Carroll County, was Colonel O.J. Moore, who arrived from Virginia in 1848.