Breeding Horses for Sale near Corrales, NM

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Appaloosa Mare
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Corrales, New Mexico
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
21
Corrales, NM
NM
$3,300
Moderndesign
Beautiful black sound 16'1 TB mare.She is California bred and winner at th..
Los Lunas, New Mexico
Black
Thoroughbred
Mare
20
Los Lunas, NM
NM
$1,200
Arabian Mare
SheDaisy is a 2000 Registered Arabian mare. A proven broodmare, she has pr..
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Santa Fe, NM
NM
$1,000
Pinto Mare
Carmel is a Bay - Roan Pinto Mare. PtHA Registered. Bred to Pinto Palomin..
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Bay Roan
Pinto
Mare
-
Santa Fe, NM
NM
$1,100
Arabian Mare
A fabulous, and talented broodmare, Fancy has produced beautiful offspring..
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Santa Fe, NM
NM
$1,100
Arabian Stallion
Sultann is a gorgeous bay colt with a long neck, dishy head with big dark ..
Moriarty, New Mexico
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Moriarty, NM
NM
$5,000
Arabian Mare
Amal is a gorgeous liver chestnut filly with a flaxen mane and tail. Long ..
Moriarty, New Mexico
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Moriarty, NM
NM
$2,500
Arabian Mare
Ashquar Al Hadiyyah is a beautiful chestnut filly with a very flaxen mane ..
Moriarty, New Mexico
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Moriarty, NM
NM
$5,000
Arabian Mare
Ashquar Al Moniet is a perfect representative of her impeccable breeding. ..
Moriarty, New Mexico
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Moriarty, NM
NM
$7,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Pictures of this Zan Parr Bar granddaughter's 2 foals and dam are availabl..
Edgewood, New Mexico
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Edgewood, NM
NM
$2,500
Miniature Stallion
BC is a gorgeous Chocolateminiaturehorse stallion. He is30"tall and has imp..
Corrales, New Mexico
Chocolate
Miniature
Stallion
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Corrales, NM
NM
$100
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About Corrales,NM

The village of Corrales (Spanish for "corrals") is located along the Rio Grande river and is built on the site of two Indian Pueblos settled before 500 AD by the Tiguex Indians, and which were later occupied by Spanish Colonists and explorers who colonized the region around 1540 AD. The pueblo indians who lived in the area abandoned it by the late 1600s when the Spanish settled permanently in New Mexico. The Spanish Colonists subsequently built an adobe church on the site called the Church of San Ysidro in 1868 AD, named after the annual fiesta de San Ysidro in May. In 1710, a grant of the Alameda lands (including Corrales) was given to Corporal Francisco Montes Vigil, A soldier in the Spanish army. Vigil sold it in 1712 to Captain Juan Gonzáles Bas who was then living in Bernalillo.