Arabian Horses for Sale near Rice, MN

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Arabian Stallion
Zonni is a fairly easy going gelding. Has a playful personality, and is a..
Upsala, Minnesota
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Upsala, MN
MN
$2,250
Arabian Stallion
*Update* "Dezi" placed in his first 25 mile CTR with a score of 371 July 2..
Cold Spring, Minnesota
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Cold Spring, MN
MN
$2,500
Arabian Mare
Chestnut - white stripe, three socks. Not registered - Won't be selling h..
Princeton, Minnesota
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Princeton, MN
MN
$2,500
Arabian Mare
This mare has a lot of potential to do well at regional and national levels..
Buffalo, Minnesota
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Buffalo, MN
MN
$10,000
Arabian Mare
Very sweet sire look alike Padron Psyche daughter, very typy, correct, beau..
Brainerd, Minnesota
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Brainerd, MN
MN
$3,000
Arabian Mare
Coming 3 yr old Magnum Psyche grandaughter. Very dishy head, pretty ears. g..
Brainerd, Minnesota
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Brainerd, MN
MN
$400
Arabian Stallion
This weanling colt has been in a stall since birth. He is now in and out of..
Elk River, Minnesota
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Elk River, MN
MN
$500
Arabian Stallion
'Aspen', is a 2002 colt whose father is National Champion "Legacy Of Fame" ..
Elk River, Minnesota
Arabian
Stallion
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Elk River, MN
MN
$600
Arabian Stallion
Grow him, show him, compliment your breeding program. Hasaani Sahib hails f..
Cold Spring, Minnesota
Black
Arabian
Stallion
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Cold Spring, MN
MN
$3,500
Arabian Stallion
Exotic beauty, 7 / 8 Arab 1 / 8 Quarter. Gentle personality, and a winner ..
Cushing, Minnesota
Buckskin
Arabian
Stallion
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Cushing, MN
MN
$1,750
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About Rice,MN

Originally an Ojibway territory, Sand Prairie, saw its first settlers of European origin in the autumn of 1844. Under a mandate of the United States government and after the Ojibway ceded their land in the Treaty of 1837, the Territory of Minnesota was established in 1849. Benton County became one of nine organized counties. The village of Rice was named after Massachusetts born hotelier and mill owner, George T. Rice.