Appaloosa Horses for Sale near Lawrence, KS

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Appaloosa Mare
Buffy is a good - minded, registered mare who has shown and brought home r..
Overland Park, Kansas
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
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Overland Park, KS
KS
$950
Appaloosa Mare
Great breeding! This Appaloosa - Thoroughbred mare has been a family horse,..
Overland Park, Kansas
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
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Overland Park, KS
KS
$950
Appaloosa Stallion
Kid is a big boy that he has been to Centered Riding Clinics and loved it a..
Edgerton, Kansas
Black
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Edgerton, KS
KS
$3,200
Appaloosa Stallion
KitsToby Evening Guy is an ApHC 100% FPD black and white appaloosa stallion..
Ottawa, Kansas
Black
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Ottawa, KS
KS
$3,500
Appaloosa Stallion
Leopard Appy, 3 yoa. , has been trail ridden in the Ozarks. Enters water, g..
Leavenworth, Kansas
Red Roan
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Leavenworth, KS
KS
$3,500
Appaloosa Mare
Baby is a sweet mare. She was used in 4- H as a 2 and 3 year old. She love..
Shawnee, Kansas
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
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Shawnee, KS
KS
$2,000
Appaloosa Stallion
Nuggie is a 5 year old stallion, beautiful blue roan (black markings) , exc..
Garnett, Kansas
Roan
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Garnett, KS
KS
$5,000
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About Lawrence,KS

Prior to Kansas Territory being established in May 1854, most of Douglas County was part of the Shawnee Indian Reservation, which had been created in 1830. During this period, the Oregon Trail ran parallel to the Kansas River, roughly through the area where Lawrence would eventually be situated. A hill in the area, then known as "Hogback Ridge" (now known as Mount Oread, which sits on the water divide separating the Kansas and Wakarusa River) was used as a landmark and an outlook by those on the trail. While this territory was technically unopened to settlement prior to 1854, there did exist a few " squatter settlements" in the area, especially just north of the Kansas River. Lawrence was founded "strictly for political reasons" having to do with slavery, which was heavily debated in the United States during the early-to-mid 1800s.