Arabian Horses for Sale near Columbia, MO

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Arabian Mare
Stormy is a 12 yr old filly who is really green broke I can ride her along ..
Glasgow, Missouri
White
Arabian
Mare
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Glasgow, MO
MO
$650
Arabian Stallion
Chief is a bay and white paint colt with a 50 / 50 color pattern. 62. 5% a..
Steedman, Missouri
Black Overo
Arabian
Stallion
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Steedman, MO
MO
$550
Arabian Stallion
Beau is a 12 yr old Egyptian Arabian gelding, 14. 1 hands, and gorgeous. ...
Auxvasse, Missouri
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
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Auxvasse, MO
MO
$500
Arabian Stallion
Magic (Shams Hosan AHR 0546799) , is a wonderful gelding. Eager to please,..
Auxvasse, Missouri
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
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Auxvasse, MO
MO
$4,500
Arabian Mare
"Stormy" is a gorgeous registered Half - Arabian mare, basic training walk ..
Marshall, Missouri
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Marshall, MO
MO
$2,500
Arabian Mare
BVA Thee Sophisticate aka "Sophie" is our brand - new daughter of LS Thee B..
Marshall, Missouri
Black
Arabian
Mare
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Marshall, MO
MO
$7,500
Arabian Mare
Kowboyz Kadence, aka "Kadey" is an extremely tall and beautiful purebred Ar..
Marshall, Missouri
Black
Arabian
Mare
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Marshall, MO
MO
$4,000
Arabian Stallion
Kowboy is the superlative example of the best in Arabian foundation breedin..
Marshall, Missouri
Black
Arabian
Stallion
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Marshall, MO
MO
$800
Arabian Stallion
Pharaoh's Challenge has an incredible personality. His classic head and ai..
Kingdom City, Missouri
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
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Kingdom City, MO
MO
$1,500
Arabian Stallion
Kjan Kowboy - Classic Arabian type, outstanding balanced conformation, good..
Marshall, Missouri
Black
Arabian
Stallion
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Marshall, MO
MO
$800
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About Columbia,MO

Columbia's origins begin with the settlement of American pioneers from Kentucky and Virginia in an early 1800s region known as the Boonslick. Before 1815 settlement in the region was confined to small log forts because of the threat of Native American attack during the War of 1812. When the war ended settlers came on foot, horseback, and wagon, often moving entire households along the Boone's Lick Road and sometimes bringing enslaved African Americans. By 1818 it was clear that the increased population would necessitate a new county be created from territorial Howard County. The Moniteau Creek on the west and Cedar Creek on the east were obvious natural boundaries.