Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Sylvania, GA

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Paint Mare
9 year old APHA quarter horse mare for sale, due to no fault of her own. 15..
Rincon, Georgia
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
17
Rincon, GA
GA
$2,000
Dancer
A spectacular just turned 2 year old QH gelding. He is an eye catcher for s..
Metter, Georgia
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Gelding
5
Metter, GA
GA
$2,500
Palomino Mare
Sweet palomino mare, double registered (AQHA & PHBA) , great personality, ..
Williston, South Carolina
Palomino
Palomino
Mare
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Williston, SC
SC
$3,000
Palomino Stallion
15H Palomino Gelding, Wonderful disposition, 90 days professional training..
Williston, South Carolina
Palomino
Palomino
Stallion
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Williston, SC
SC
$1,800
Arabian Mare
Zaphira is broke to ride, but needs a intermediate rider. she loads, ties,..
Hephzibah, Georgia
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Hephzibah, GA
GA
$1,600
Quarter Horse Stallion
Fiery is a 5 yr old Quarterhorse saddlebred cross. He is trained western an..
Hephzibah, Georgia
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Hephzibah, GA
GA
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Sweet horse! Amazing color! Email for more info. Photo on APHA website unde..
Yemassee, South Carolina
Paint
Stallion
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Yemassee, SC
SC
$600
Appendix Mare
Rides both English and Western although her neck reining is a little rusty...
Yemassee, South Carolina
Chestnut
Appendix
Mare
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Yemassee, SC
SC
$1,950
Half Arabian Mare
Buttons is a great solid and sane horse. I let my kids ride this horse. . ...
Springfield, Georgia
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Mare
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Springfield, GA
GA
$2,400
Quarter Horse Mare
Macy is for an experienced rider. I bought her under false pretenses being ..
Brooklet, Georgia
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Brooklet, GA
GA
$1,500
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About Sylvania,GA

The area was inhabited for thousands of years by various cultures of indigenous peoples. By the time of European encounter, it was occupied by the Yuchi peoples, but some Creeks, the Uchee's allies, moved into the area during Colonial times. The European-American town of Sylvania was founded in 1790 by settlers' migrating to the area after the American Revolutionary War. The town took its name from the Latin term for "place in the woods." Sylvania was part of the Black Belt of Georgia, developed for cultivation after the cotton gin made it easier to handle short-fiber cotton. Cotton was the most important commodity crop until late in the 19th century.