Horses for Sale near Arab, AL

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Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Union Grove, Alabama
Taz
Has been ridden on trails. Easy going disposition...
Union Grove, Alabama
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Gelding
13
Union Grove, AL
AL
$2,200
Racking Mare for Sale in Oneonta, Alabama
Gypsy
Gypsy is 10yo Gaited mare. She is out of Speck’s Vapor by Speck. She is reg..
Oneonta, Alabama
Other
Racking
Mare
11
Oneonta, AL
AL
$4,000
Rocky Mountain Gelding for Sale in Pinson, Alabama
Sterling
For your consideration, Sterling is a well broke, 9 year old grade Rocky Mt..
Pinson, Alabama
Chocolate
Rocky Mountain
Gelding
10
Pinson, AL
AL
$2,500
Saddlebred Gelding
Beautiful 5 year old, really nice trot, smooth canter. Takes care of his ri..
Somerville, Alabama
Chestnut
Saddlebred
Gelding
10
Somerville, AL
AL
$15,000
Bella
Bella is a 3 year old filly that I’m selling due to not having the time to ..
Sardis, Alabama
Sorrel
Pony
Mare
4
Sardis, AL
AL
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Theodore
Theo is a 10 year old arabian/morgan or quarter horse. Theo is 14.3hh and h..
Huntsville, Alabama
Pinto
Arabian
Gelding
11
Huntsville, AL
AL
$8,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Green broke sorrel champion blood on both sides! ..
Oneonta, Alabama
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
13
Oneonta, AL
AL
$2,000
Spotted Saddle Gelding
Troubles Midnight Express (Vegas) – foaled 2006 – is a 9 year old solid bla..
Ashville, Alabama
Black
Spotted Saddle
Gelding
14
Ashville, AL
AL
$1,500
ACE
Little girl needs a new home. Don't have the time anymore..
Morris, Alabama
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
8
Morris, AL
AL
$500
Mare
41" 9 year old blue roan mare and a 27" 9 1/2 year old solid black stud. pr..
Gadsden, Alabama
Blue Roan
Mare
-
Gadsden, AL
AL
$700
Arabian Mare
1/2 Arabian 1/2 Quarter horse, 15 hands bay mare, very loving. No bad habit..
Gadsden, Alabama
Bay
Arabian
Mare
-
Gadsden, AL
AL
$700
Quarter Horse Mare
AQHA registered, TMF Doubles and Tardy's Flashy Star, 14 year old, 16.5 han..
Gadsden, Alabama
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Gadsden, AL
AL
$2,400
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About Arab,AL

What is now Arab was by established Stephen Tuttle Thompson in the 1840s, and was originally known as Thompson's Village. The current name of the town was an unintentional misspelling by the U.S. Postal Service in 1882 of the city's intended name, taken from Arad Thompson, the son of the town founder, who had applied for a post office that year. "Arad" was one of three names sent to the Postal Service for consideration, the others being "Ink" and "Bird". Arab has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names.