Appaloosa Horses for Sale near Parker, CO

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Lakota - Stallion in Elbert, CO
Lakota
He is 100% foundation appaloosa gap 5 clean by his parents. His temperament..
Elbert, Colorado
Bay
Appaloosa
Stallion
1
Elbert, CO
CO
$2,000
Bolt - Stallion in Elbert, CO
Bolt
Bolt is workable. His mom was a jumper and thoroughbred. He is going to be ..
Elbert, Colorado
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Stallion
1
Elbert, CO
CO
$2,000
Tinker - Mare in Fort Lupton, CO
Tinker
Nineteen year old mare. Excellent mother. Easy keeper and healthy. Sound. S..
Fort Lupton, Colorado
Black
Appaloosa
Mare
19
Fort Lupton, CO
CO
$1,500
Kahuku - Gelding in RAMAH, CO
Kahuku
Three year old that I don't have time for. Super nice. A little shy but u..
Ramah, Colorado
Dun
Appaloosa
Gelding
4
Ramah, CO
CO
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 - Gelding in Parker, CO
Appaloosa Gelding
Johnny is a registered Appaloosa (walkaloosa) gelding that is 9 years old. ..
Parker, Colorado
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Gelding
14
Parker, CO
CO
$2,500
Appaloosa Stallion
"Eddy" is a well - mannered 4 year old Appaloosa stallion. His sire, Cappa ..
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Colorado Springs, CO
CO
$350
Appaloosa Mare
Maddy is a very large, solid built filly. She has some small spots on her h..
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Grulla
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Colorado Springs, CO
CO
$800
Appaloosa Mare
Absolutely perfect little horse. Borderline between horse and pony. In the ..
Sedalia, Colorado
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Sedalia, CO
CO
$2,500
Appaloosa Mare
719-541-3599 Pepper is a good sound horse she isn't a yard deco she likes t..
Simla, Colorado
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Simla, CO
CO
$1,800
Appaloosa Mare
This sweet 3 yr. old mare has 90- days prof. training. Her Sire placed 5 t..
Longmont, Colorado
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Longmont, CO
CO
$1,500
Appaloosa Stallion
Beautiful Appy really gentle needs a good home great mountain horse...
Woodland Park, Colorado
Other
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Woodland Park, CO
CO
$900
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About Parker,CO

The first known people to live in the area were ancient and Plains Woodland peoples. Utes, Arapaho, and Cheyenne were in the area by the 1800s. They were all hunter-gatherers who established seasonal camps to acquire food. Nearby rock shelter, Franktown Cave, shows evidence of habitation beginning in the early Archaic period about 6,400 BC and continuing through each of the remaining cultural periods to 1725 AD. Stage roads were established on historic Cherokee and Trapper's Trails through present-day Denver.