Breeding Horses for Sale near Fort Smith, AR

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Donkey Stallion
Due to unfortunate circumstances with sale General R E Lee is back on the ..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Red Roan
Donkey
Stallion
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,500
Donkey Stallion
General Robert E Lee is my best buddy and very mild mannered. Born in 1991..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Red Roan
Donkey
Stallion
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$3,000
Donkey Stallion
ACOSA Registered Jack, gentle, easy to handle. Grey and White spotted. Le..
Greenwood, Arkansas
Donkey
Stallion
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Greenwood, AR
AR
$850
Paint Mare
APHA Reg. 586926. Shadey can be ridden, just started her under saddle agai..
Lincoln, Arkansas
Brown
Paint
Mare
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Lincoln, AR
AR
$900
Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
Ramblers Sioux J / S 2000 blue roan app registered Walkaloosa mare. 15 hh ..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Blue Roan
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$3,000
Quarter Horse Mare
This mare was bought for racing, then used as a cutting horse, and now use..
Roland, Oklahoma
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Roland, OK
OK
$1,100
Miniature Mare
Beautiful double - registered mare that is a granddaughter of National Gran..
Booneville, Arkansas
Bay
Miniature
Mare
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Booneville, AR
AR
$3,000
Mule Mare
Shady is a grade walker mare vetted in foal to my gaited Jack for May 06. ..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Mule
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Shady is a very loud black and white with cat tracks, throws color every ye..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,500
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
Quarter Horse Mare
Beautiful foundation bred fillies, blue, red, bay roans, chocolate palomino..
Paris, Arkansas
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Paris, AR
AR
$1,500
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About Fort Smith,AR

This area was occupied for thousands of years by indigenous peoples, attracted to the advantageous site near the rivers. They used the waterways for transportation and trading, and to supply fish and water for their villages. The French claimed this area as part of their New France and La Louisiana. Some colonial fur traders traveled the Arkansas and other rivers to trade with the native American tribes. The United States acquired this territory and large areas west of the Mississippi River from France in the Louisiana Purchase (1803).