Breeding Horses for Sale near Little Rock, 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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Arabian Stallion
(Thee Desperado x Najeat (Imperial Imdal x Nil Nour) ) By a US National Res..
Quitman, Arkansas
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
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Quitman, AR
AR
$2,500
Arabian Stallion
( Ibn Safinaz x KC Alanah by Thee Desperado) Striking Blood Bay sired by a ..
Quitman, Arkansas
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Quitman, AR
AR
$2,000
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 Little Rock,AR

Archeological artifacts provide evidence of Native Americans inhabiting Central Arkansas for thousands of years before Europeans arrived. The early inhabitants may have been the Folsom people, Bluff Dwellers, and Mississippian culture peoples who built earthwork mounds recorded in 1541 by Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto. Historical tribes of the area were the Caddo, Quapaw, Osage, Choctaw, and Cherokee. Little Rock was named for a stone outcropping on the bank of the Arkansas River used by early travelers as a landmark. It was named in 1722 by French explorer and trader Jean-Baptiste BĂ©nard de la Harpe, marked the transition from the flat Mississippi Delta region to the Ouachita Mountain foothills.