Breeding Horses for Sale near Bolivar, TN

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Quarter Horse - Horse for Sale in Somerville, TN 38068
Jasper
Royal Blue Peppy Dr (Jasper) is a really nice Bay Roan stud. He has thrown ..
Somerville, Tennessee
Bay Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
10
Somerville, TN
TN
$8,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Champion Spotted Tennessee Walking horse standing at stud...
Bethel Springs, Tennessee
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Bethel Springs, TN
TN
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Quarter Horse Mare
Very sweet mare. Sound, gentle, broke. Very quiet and great on the trail..
Savannah, Tennessee
Chocolate
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Savannah, TN
TN
$1,500
Paso Fino Mare
This is a great little filly with lots of potential, owned by my daughter ..
Eads, Tennessee
Buckskin
Paso Fino
Mare
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Eads, TN
TN
$1,800
Spotted Saddle Mare
Trinity is a tricolored bay. 4 white stockings. She has been started under ..
Corinth, Mississippi
Spotted Saddle
Mare
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Corinth, MS
MS
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
This is a great mare, she is breeding sound only. She is crippled in her b..
Blue Mountain, Mississippi
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Blue Mountain, MS
MS
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Star is a fancy little filly. She has that gorgeous buttermilk color, a nic..
Covington, Tennessee
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Covington, TN
TN
$2,500
Paint Mare
Rain is a paint mare. she is green broke and almost 3 years old. she is not..
Myrtle, Mississippi
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Myrtle, MS
MS
$1,000
Paint Mare
Riskey Lightning -4 year old registered black & white tobiano mare. Riskey ..
Holly Springs, Mississippi
Black
Paint
Mare
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Holly Springs, MS
MS
$2,000
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About Bolivar, TN

The first settlers came to the area between 10,000 - 7,000 BC. The first European people to come to Hardeman County looking for permanent residence came in 1819-20. They came from middle Tennessee, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Kentucky. The first town in Hardeman County was established in 1823 on the banks of the Big Hatchie, the Indian name for the river, and was called Hatchie Town. The new site, the county seat, bore the name Hatchie until by Act of the Tennessee State Legislature, on October 18, 1825, it was changed to Bolivar.