Breeding Horses for Sale near Gila Bend, AZ

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Paint - Horse for Sale in Tonopah, AZ 85354
Rolo
Foaled April 10, 2020, Color Black Tobiano double homozygous Black and Tobi..
Tonopah, Arizona
Black
Paint
Stallion
2
Tonopah, AZ
AZ
$6,000
Thoroughbred - Horse for Sale in Tonopah, AZ 85354
Sequoia
TB mare can go where ever you want to take her..
Tonopah, Arizona
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
16
Tonopah, AZ
AZ
$1,500
Thoroughbred Mare
pretty gray mare, 6 yrs old. names Bella. reg T. B. looking for speed she ..
Buckeye, Arizona
Gray
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Buckeye, AZ
AZ
$2,000
Arabian Stallion
Do you want a well bred beautiful Arabian Stallion? One that is loving, ea..
Maricopa, Arizona
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
-
Maricopa, AZ
AZ
$5,000
Paint Mare
Broodmare in foal for 2008 foal. with 2007 colt. ALL APHA registered...
Buckeye, Arizona
Black
Paint
Mare
-
Buckeye, AZ
AZ
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Super muscled with a big hip! 1999 AQHA Mare, Maria's April Gambler is bre..
Buckeye, Arizona
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Buckeye, AZ
AZ
$5,500
Miniature Mare
This mare came to us after the owners realized that they had no time for h..
Laveen, Arizona
Miniature
Mare
-
Laveen, AZ
AZ
$1,300
Quarter Horse Mare
Numerous horses to choose from. $750- $3000. Red dun, palomino & grulla fi..
Maricopa, Arizona
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Maricopa, AZ
AZ
$750
Paint Stallion
Apache has had 30 days of training and is already coming along very well. ..
Buckeye, Arizona
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
-
Buckeye, AZ
AZ
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Grey Badgers Dream is a dapple gray that throws big colts. Her papers incl..
Maricopa, Arizona
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Maricopa, AZ
AZ
$6,000
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About Gila Bend, AZ

The town of Gila Bend is situated near an ancient Hohokam village. Father Eusebio Francisco Kino was the first European to visit in 1699 on his first journey of exploration to the Colorado River. The Hohokam site along fertile banks of the Gila River had been abandoned and other tribes, lived in the vicinity. 132 Pima people lived in a rancheria called Oyadaibuc or as Kino named it San Felipe y Santiago del Oyadaibuc, near the modern town, and other Pima lived in three rancherias up river to the north mixed with the Cocomaricopa or Opa. During one of his three visits to Gila Bend, Kino counted 960 Opas living in their own rancherias down river to the west of Oyadaibuc as far as a few miles beyond Agua Caliente.