Horses for Sale near Sierra Vista, AZ

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Mule Stallion
Bo Jangles' Blues is half Rocky Mountain and half Spotted Saddle Horse. He ..
Sonoita, Arizona
Mule
Stallion
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Sonoita, AZ
AZ
$3,500
Mule Stallion
Mountain Moon Shadow is registered Mountain Pleasure (not an available choi..
Sonoita, Arizona
Mule
Stallion
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Sonoita, AZ
AZ
$4,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Poco's Smokin Eclipse - Four month old, bay weanling filly. Cute and sweet ..
Sierra Vista, Arizona
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Sierra Vista, AZ
AZ
$3,500
Paint Mare
Excellent conformation and quiet disposition 60 days professional training ..
Huachuca City, Arizona
Paint
Mare
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Huachuca City, AZ
AZ
$3,000
Paint Stallion
Excellent conformation and quiet disposition, very intelligent loads, ties..
Huachuca City, Arizona
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Huachuca City, AZ
AZ
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Foundation mare goes back to Bill Cody and Mr Gunsmoke, great feet, smooth ..
Huachuca City, Arizona
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Huachuca City, AZ
AZ
$2,000
Paint Stallion
"WATTA ROCKI MOUNT"| a very quiet, willing and kind stallion, this will be ..
Sunizona, Arizona
Liver Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Sunizona, AZ
AZ
$350
Arabian Mare
This beautiful and charming mare is graceful and athletic. I've owned this ..
Hereford, Arizona
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Hereford, AZ
AZ
$6,500
Half Arabian Mare
Exceptional conformation and bred for performance. This horse bold and as ..
Hereford, Arizona
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Hereford, AZ
AZ
$7,500
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About Sierra Vista,AZ

As evidenced by several neolithic sites and known archeological sites, Paleo-Indians have been in southern Arizona from at least 12,000 years ago. It was the home to a large Sobaipuri, Pueblo near Fairbank which had several smaller pueblos and settlements throughout the valley, a Spanish Fort, Presidio Santa Cruz de Terrenate between modern Huachuca City , Whetstone and Tombstone, on the Western bank of the San Pedro River. along with sparse Spanish settlers supporting the route to Tucson's Mission San Xavier del Bac and Presidio San Agustín del Tucsón . Like most of Cochise County it was part of the Gadsden Purchase. At the end of the Apache Wars, with the protection of Fort Huachuca and the completion of the Southern Pacific and El Paso & Southwestern railroads, the San Pedro Valley began to be populated by American Settlers.