Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Greenville, AL

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Quarter Horse Mare
Roxy is a registered 6 year old zebra striped Yellow Dun mare. She is super..
Troy, Alabama
Dun
Quarter Horse
Mare
14
Troy, AL
AL
$150
Quarter Horse Mare
Several weanling and yearling colts and filys. Ready to go! Pleasure bred..
Evergreen, Alabama
Tobiano
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Evergreen, AL
AL
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Appaloosa Stallion
Sunny is a beautiful solid chestnut Appaloosa. He has a baby - doll head an..
Andalusia, Alabama
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Andalusia, AL
AL
$8,500
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About Greenville,AL

Greenville was first settled in 1819. Its original name was Buttsville, but after becoming the county seat in 1822, its name was changed to Greenville, in remembrance of the former locale in South Carolina of many of the original settlers. The first county seat was at Fort Dale, a fortification that was named for Sam Dale, who fought to defend the area during the Creek War. The site of Fort Dale lies on the north of the city near the Fort Dale Cemetery, along what is now Alabama Highway 185. The namesake of the county, Captain William Butler, was killed during the Creek War.