Breeding Horses for Sale near Bauxite, AR

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Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
Maxi Merry Girl HY, Double Registered, DNA'd, MFTHBA and Spotted Saddle Ho..
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Tobiano
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Hot Springs, AR
AR
$650
Arabian Mare
MMCinamonsplender (Syrtaki x Jamala Samir) is a US Champion Baske - Tu gra..
Enola, Arkansas
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Enola, AR
AR
$1,500
Arabian Mare
Beautiful, typey, correct daughter of Tammen in foal to madheens Nileshah ..
Benton, Arkansas
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Benton, AR
AR
$15,000
Arabian Mare
A US Champion Baske - Tu granddaughter and grandaughter to Mi Raquel, a bl..
Enola, Arkansas
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Enola, AR
AR
$2,500
Miniature Mare
Sweet brown / white paint mare. used for a walk / trot / canter horse fo..
Maumelle, Arkansas
Other
Miniature
Mare
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Maumelle, AR
AR
$800
Arabian Stallion
This lovely double Bask bred mare produces black. She is rabicano and bred..
Enola, Arkansas
Liver Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Enola, AR
AR
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Quarter Horse Mare
Trained in dressage and western. Been using as a broodmare for last 3 years..
Conway, Arkansas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Conway, AR
AR
$1,500
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About Bauxite, AR

The ore for which the town is named was discovered in the area in the early 1890s and mined by the General Bauxite Company until 1905, when the Pittsburgh Reduction Company, a northeastern aluminium refining company, purchased vast tracts of land in Saline County after learning of the high-quality ore that was being shipped from the area. The company bought out the local producers of the ore, including the General Bauxite Company. Pittsburgh Reduction would go on to incorporate as the Aluminum Company of America, or ALCOA. Production of the ore rose rapidly, growing from 200,000 short tons (180,000 t) in 1914 during World War I, to 560,000 short tons (510,000 t) by war's end in 1918. With decreased demand and an expanded source base in South America, Arkansas production levels fluctuated with demand, dropping as low as 60,000 short tons (54,000 t) per annum in the mid-1930s.