Arabian Horses for Sale near Taylor, TX

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Theo - Gelding in Smithville, TX
Theo
3 year old Arabian chestnut gelding rescue w/ black mane. ~14 hands. Recent..
Smithville, Texas
Chestnut
Arabian
Gelding
4
Smithville, TX
TX
$1,500
Electra - Mare in Smithville, TX
Electra
5+ year old Arabian chestnut filly rescue w/red highlights. ~15 hands. Suc..
Smithville, Texas
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
6
Smithville, TX
TX
$2,500
Arabian Mare
Update!! Wendy attended her first dressage show, a USDF recognized show, a..
Austin, Texas
Bay
Arabian
Mare
-
Austin, TX
TX
$10,000
Arabian Stallion
This Stallion is a Superior Athlete and Has a Quiet Solid Mind. Throws beau..
Round Rock, Texas
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
-
Round Rock, TX
TX
$1,000
Arabian Mare
MISTA FHIRE (PRINCE OF FHIRE out of AFIRE BEY VxMISTY) . Taffy is a six yea..
Austin, Texas
Bay
Arabian
Mare
-
Austin, TX
TX
Contact
Arabian Mare
CZ BELLE STARR (SX CANTRAZ x AAF SABELLA) . Belle is a nine year old bay pu..
Austin, Texas
Bay
Arabian
Mare
-
Austin, TX
TX
$3,000
Arabian Mare
must sell or lease asap! Minnis is coming 3 so will be breedable in 2004. $..
Buda, Texas
Black
Arabian
Mare
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Buda, TX
TX
$10,000
Arabian Stallion
Beautiful purebred arabian gelding for sale! "T" is a gorgeous mover that i..
Austin, Texas
White
Arabian
Stallion
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Austin, TX
TX
$4,000
Arabian Stallion
Very flashy arab colt with personality plus! Will do well in halter and wi..
Hutto, Texas
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Hutto, TX
TX
$2,000
Arabian Stallion
This horse can do whatever you want him to ride hard & long or short & easy..
Liberty Hill, Texas
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Liberty Hill, TX
TX
$4,000
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About Taylor,TX

In 1876 the Texas Land Company auctioned lots in anticipation of the arrival of the International-Great Northern Railroad when Taylor was founded that year. The city was named after Edward Moses Taylor, a railroad official, under the name Taylorsville, which officially became Taylor in 1892. Immigrants from Moravia and Bohemia (now the Czech Republic) and other Slavic states, as well as from Germany and Austria, helped establish the town. It soon became a busy shipping point for cattle, grain, and cotton. By 1878, the town had 1,000 residents and 32 businesses, 29 of which were destroyed by fire in 1879.