All-Around Horses for Sale near Sierra Vista, AZ

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Azteca Stallion
Primero is standing at stud. He won many grand champion last year in halte..
Whetstone, Arizona
Gray
Azteca
Stallion
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Whetstone, AZ
AZ
$400
Paint Stallion
*SEE PHOTOS* *NEW EMAIL ADDRESS *cynphil@peoplepc. com Big, handsome..
Whetstone, Arizona
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Whetstone, AZ
AZ
$4,500
Paint Stallion
Now Accepting Bookings for 2006. . . "ROCKI"| a deep liver chestnut and whi..
Pearce, Arizona
Paint
Stallion
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Pearce, AZ
AZ
$550
Paint Stallion
Handsome, well started youngster, very willing, quiet and rides like a cadd..
Whetstone, Arizona
Paint
Stallion
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Whetstone, AZ
AZ
$10,000
Paint Stallion
"Rocki's" outstanding disposition along with his athletic abiilty, balance,..
Pearce, Arizona
Paint
Stallion
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Pearce, AZ
AZ
$550
Paint Stallion
"WATTA ROCKI MOUNT"| dark liver chestnut Overo of 2000, very quiet, kind an..
Sunizona, Arizona
Paint
Stallion
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Sunizona, AZ
AZ
$400
Quarter Horse Stallion
Nice big, very active colt, he will work anything, pretty red dun with all ..
Sunizona, Arizona
Red Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Sunizona, AZ
AZ
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Heza Son Of A Dun" foaled May 2004, this is a big correct colt, he is bred..
Sunizona, Arizona
Red Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Sunizona, AZ
AZ
$400
Paint Stallion
"WATTA ROCKI MOUNT"| a very quiet, willing and kind stallion, this will be ..
Sunizona, Arizona
Liver Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Sunizona, AZ
AZ
$350
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About Sierra Vista,AZ

As evidenced by several neolithic sites and known archeological sites, Paleo-Indians have been in southern Arizona from at least 12,000 years ago. It was the home to a large Sobaipuri, Pueblo near Fairbank which had several smaller pueblos and settlements throughout the valley, a Spanish Fort, Presidio Santa Cruz de Terrenate between modern Huachuca City , Whetstone and Tombstone, on the Western bank of the San Pedro River. along with sparse Spanish settlers supporting the route to Tucson's Mission San Xavier del Bac and Presidio San Agustín del Tucsón . Like most of Cochise County it was part of the Gadsden Purchase. At the end of the Apache Wars, with the protection of Fort Huachuca and the completion of the Southern Pacific and El Paso & Southwestern railroads, the San Pedro Valley began to be populated by American Settlers.