Breeding Horses for Sale near Atchison, KS

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Quarter Horse Mare
LA YUCA is AQHA REG / DNA VERIFIED 10 y / o broodmare. FLEA BITTEN GRAY, s..
Topeka, Kansas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Topeka, KS
KS
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
She is a georgus mare that is very personable. She is an easy keeper. . . ..
Hiawatha, Kansas
Grulla
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Hiawatha, KS
KS
$1,200
Paint Mare
She is a georgus black mare. She is halter broke but has only been a brood..
Hiawatha, Kansas
Black
Paint
Mare
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Hiawatha, KS
KS
$800
Appendix Mare
Image is a 19y / o brood mare. She is very sweet and in foal for a April 0..
Lathrop, Missouri
Sorrel
Appendix
Mare
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Lathrop, MO
MO
$700
Arabian Stallion
Improves your Mares in every aspect. Creates Beauty, Type, Charisma. A re..
Kansas City, Missouri
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Kansas City, MO
MO
$20,000
Half Arabian Mare
JF Dazzling Lights (HAHR #1A344390, Sweepstakes Nom. ) (Cologne X Up In Lig..
Kansas City, Missouri
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Kansas City, MO
MO
$25,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Name: Toms Malo Cat: AQHA ID 4307683 Good colored. Pretty head, neck and h..
Bonner Springs, Kansas
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bonner Springs, KS
KS
$3,500
Arabian Mare
black straight egyptian Asadd / Moniet Sharaf grandaughter. exellent brood ..
Olathe, Kansas
Black
Arabian
Mare
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Olathe, KS
KS
$10,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Has had one foal slipped another. She is dead quiet / calm. Foal was sold ..
Olathe, Kansas
Black
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Olathe, KS
KS
$1,500
Arabian Stallion
Desperado's Legacy BD is a stunning very correct bay stallion. A star and s..
Liberty, Missouri
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Liberty, MO
MO
$5,000
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About Atchison,KS

Atchison was founded in 1854 and named in honor of Missouri senator David Rice Atchison, who, when Kansas was opened for settlement, interested some of his friends in the scheme of forming a city in the new territory. Senator Atchison was interested in ensuring that the population of the new Kansas Territory would be majority pro-slavery, as he had been a prominent promoter of both slavery and the idea of popular sovereignty over the issue in the new lands. However, it seems that all were not agreed upon the location he had selected, and on July 20, 1854, Dr. John H. Stringfellow, Ira Norris, Leonidas Oldham, James B.