Arabian Horses for Sale near Glasgow, KY

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Arabian Mare
Lady is a great pony! Has done it all! A bit of western, loads of trails, ..
Franklin, Kentucky
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Franklin, KY
KY
$1,500
Arabian Mare
The purchase of a group of arabians (5) total from a elderly couple who c..
Millwood, Kentucky
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Millwood, KY
KY
$300
Arabian Mare
The group of arabians were purchased from a older couple who are no longer ..
Millwood, Kentucky
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Millwood, KY
KY
$350
Arabian Mare
great trail horse with wonderful attitude, broke for any type of rider very..
Big Clifty, Kentucky
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Big Clifty, KY
KY
$800
Arabian Stallion
El Bask is a six year old Arabian gelding with the looks, athletic ability ..
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Bowling Green, KY
KY
$2,500
Arabian Mare
nice mare would be a great asset to breeding farm, has been rode, but it ha..
Bonnieville, Kentucky
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Bonnieville, KY
KY
$750
Arabian Mare
This filly is gentle, loves people, and is halter broke. She is a rich gol..
Morgantown, Kentucky
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Morgantown, KY
KY
$1,200
Arabian Stallion
Extremely intelligent JET BLACK Arabian Stallion by Summerwood Shai by Sime..
Portland, Tennessee
Arabian
Stallion
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Portland, TN
TN
$650
Arabian Stallion
WV Ali Pasha is a straight Egyptian, Al Khamsa, Asil, Blue List elg. classi..
Portland, Tennessee
White
Arabian
Stallion
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Portland, TN
TN
$650
Arabian Stallion
Echstatic is a stunningly beautiful Arabian gelding. He was named Junior C..
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Bowling Green, KY
KY
$4,500
Arabian Stallion
Special Edition is a brilliant bay gelding with a nice chocolate color iced..
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Bowling Green, KY
KY
$3,500
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About Glasgow,KY

The city of Glasgow was established by the state assembly in 1799. The same year, the community was selected as the seat of a new county, owing to its central location, its large spring, native John Gorin's donation of 50 acres (20 ha) for public buildings, and its being named for the Scottish hometown of the father of William Logan, one of the two commissioners charged with selecting the county seat. A post office was established in 1803, and the town received its city rights in 1809. Historic homes All across Glasgow are historic homes that can date back to the early 1800s. The most popular part of town with these homes is South Green Street, this street has many historic houses that have many different architectural styles including Colonial, Federal, and Victorian.