Breeding Horses for Sale near Santa Fe, NM

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Appaloosa - Horse for Sale in Corrales, NM 87048
Appaloosa Mare
SELLS WITH FREE 2014 BREEDING TO THE RADIO FLYER or CHOC FULL OF CHIPS!! Vi..
Corrales, New Mexico
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
23
Corrales, NM
NM
$3,300
Arabian Mare
SheDaisy is a 2000 Registered Arabian mare. A proven broodmare, she has pr..
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Gray
Arabian
Mare
-
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
-
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
-
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
-
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
-
Corrales, NM
NM
$100
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About Santa Fe, NM

The area of Santa Fe was originally occupied by indigenous Tanoan peoples, who lived in numerous Pueblo villages along the Rio Grande. One of the earliest known settlements in what today is downtown Santa Fe came sometime after 900 CE. A group of native Tewa built a cluster of homes that centered around the site of today's Plaza and spread for half a mile to the south and west; the village was called Oghá P'o'oge in Tewa The Tanoans and other Pueblo peoples settled along the Santa Fe River for its water and transportation. The river had a year-round flow until the 1700s. By the 20th century the Santa Fe River was a seasonal waterway.