Barrel Racing Horses for Sale near Clarksville, AR

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Paint Mare
5- Year - Old Bay Mare Started on barrels and Poles. Has had a lot of foun..
Alma, Arkansas
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Alma, AR
AR
$800
Paint Mare
5- Year - Old Gorgeous Black and White Tobiano Paint Mare Laid back, eas..
Alma, Arkansas
Paint
Mare
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Alma, AR
AR
$2,000
Paint Mare
Horse Details :Kat is a great horse, and just needs a job. Bought for a ba..
Havana, Arkansas
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Havana, AR
AR
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
This little filly will be a good barrel prospect! She has speed, will have..
Hartman, Arkansas
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Hartman, AR
AR
$800
Quarter Horse Stallion
max is a beautiful quarter horse, he does not have papers, he is an excell..
Compton, Arkansas
Brown
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Compton, AR
AR
$2,800
Quarter Horse Mare
Josey is a gorgeous red roan with unlimited potential. Imprinted at birth ..
Lamar, Arkansas
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Lamar, AR
AR
$1,500
Paint Mare
Very nice fillies with good pedigrees. Most will mature 16 hands. Have 2 s..
Cecil, Arkansas
Paint
Mare
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Cecil, AR
AR
$1,500
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About Clarksville,AR

The community began as settlers arrived to the Arkansas Territory. After the Osage tribe was relocated by treaty, Cherokee settlers came to Arkansas by 1800 and primarily lived along the Arkansas River. Indian trading factors such as Matthew Lyon established their offices at Spadra, on the west end of Lake Dardanelle on the Arkansas River, a Clarksville location now occupied by Spadra Marina. A historical marker, dedicated in 1984, sits on Spadra Bluff, near the original river town of Spadra. The area was reserved for the Cherokee, so most early settlers of Johnson County did not move into the area until after 1828, the year the Cherokee gave up their land.