Arabian Horses for Sale near Longmont, CO

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Arabian Gelding
Belly Buster (Sugar Baby) is an engaged, friendly, and easygoing 22 yr old ..
Littleton, Colorado
Chestnut
Arabian
Gelding
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Littleton, CO
CO
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Arabian Stallion
Rasheek Ibn Amir, AHR REG#588213 Raz, 10 Yrs old, Stallion, 15. 1 hands, c..
Golden, Colorado
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Golden, CO
CO
$2,500
Arabian Stallion
Sabre would be a perfect youth horse. He has shown in Hunter Pleasure, Hu..
Fort Lupton, Colorado
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Fort Lupton, CO
CO
$13,000
Arabian Stallion
Picante Bey is a 15. 3 hand, 12 yr old, bay gelding that has been professi..
Parker, Colorado
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Parker, CO
CO
$8,000
Arabian Stallion
Dusty is a 14. 2 hand Arabian gelding. Dusty is green broke, sweet, handso..
Berthoud, Colorado
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Berthoud, CO
CO
$800
Arabian Stallion
Kricket was bred for endurance and you can tell~ he would excel! It takes a..
Fort Collins, Colorado
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Fort Collins, CO
CO
$3,500
Arabian Stallion
Great personality, winner in hunter and western pleasure - open, amateur an..
Parker, Colorado
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Parker, CO
CO
$7,500
Arabian Mare
"Tessa" belongs in the show ring and needs someone with the time to take he..
Littleton, Colorado
Arabian
Mare
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Littleton, CO
CO
$4,900
Arabian Mare
Elegant filly, beautiful head & neck, nicely balanced. International Breede..
Aurora, Colorado
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Aurora, CO
CO
$1,700
Arabian Mare
Beautiful blood bay mare with lovely head neck & gates. Championship lines..
Denver, Colorado
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Denver, CO
CO
$1,200
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About Longmont,CO

Longmont was founded in 1871 by a group of people from Chicago, Illinois. Originally called the Chicago-Colorado Colony, the men sold memberships in the town and with the proceeds purchased the land necessary for the town hall. As the first planned community in Boulder County, the city streets were laid out in a grid plan in a square mile. The city began to flourish as an agricultural community after the building of the Colorado Central Railroad line arrived northward from Boulder in 1877. During the 1940s, Longmont began to grow beyond these original limits.