Horses for Sale near Saint Johns, AZ

Post Free Ad »
Advanced Search
Donkey Stallion at Stud in Cocnho, Arizona
Little Black Sambo
nice gaited jack breeds mares and jennets..
Cocnho, Arizona
Black
Donkey
Stallion
12
Cocnho, AZ
AZ
$300
Half Arabian Stallion
Apache is coming on a year on July 7. He stands about 13 hds. and will mat..
Eagar, Arizona
Overo
Half Arabian
Stallion
-
Eagar, AZ
AZ
$1,000
Paint Stallion
JDS Tonkas Classy Toy is a black tobiano, standing his first year in Arizo..
Eagar, Arizona
Tobiano
Paint
Stallion
-
Eagar, AZ
AZ
$250
Paint Stallion
Deeds is a wonderful 18 y. o. tobiano gelding. He is a trail horse but wou..
Eagar, Arizona
Tobiano
Paint
Stallion
-
Eagar, AZ
AZ
$1,800
Belgian Warmblood Mare
These two matched beauties drive like dreams. They are perfectly matched an..
Eagar, Arizona
Sorrel
Belgian Warmblood
Mare
-
Eagar, AZ
AZ
$5,000
Paint Stallion
Treasured Easy Jet is a grandson of Treasured, leading money earner and pr..
Nutrioso, Arizona
Brown
Paint
Stallion
-
Nutrioso, AZ
AZ
$4,500
Smokin Hancock Hayes
Beautiful 4 year old registered quarter horse, Smokin Hancock Hayes. He is ..
Show Low, Arizona
Gray
Quarter Horse
Gelding
5
Show Low, AZ
AZ
$2,500
Miss Fanci
Beautiful Black mare, 14 years old, has logged 250 miles of endurance for A..
Show Low, Arizona
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
16
Show Low, AZ
AZ
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Very nice gelding, quiet disposition, professionally trianed. Good conform..
Alpine, Arizona
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Alpine, AZ
AZ
$5,500
1

About Saint Johns,AZ

The location was originally called Tsézhin Deezʼáhí in Navajo, a reference to its rock formations. The site of a useful crossing of the Little Colorado River, it was later called El Vadito (Spanish for "the little crossing") by Spaniards as they first explored the area. Starting in 1864, a trader named Solomon Barth began crossing the area as he moved salt from a salt lake in Zuni territory to Prescott, Arizona. In a poker game in 1873 Barth earned enough money to purchase cattle and enough land in St. Johns to start a ranch with his brothers Nathan and Morris.