Horses for Sale near Basalt, CO

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Quarter Horse Stallion
Great quarter horse. Has done alot of pasture riding, pen riding, and some ..
Bond, Colorado
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bond, CO
CO
$2,500
Arabian Stallion
Beautiful bay Arabian Stallion with a great disposition and beautiful movem..
Paonia, Colorado
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Paonia, CO
CO
$350
Half Arabian Stallion
Sam is a beautiful red dun colt by a grandson of Bask. Handled since birth..
Paonia, Colorado
Red Dun
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Paonia, CO
CO
$1,250
Paint Mare
a big, very good looking young mare. Starting well in dressage with hunter..
New Castle, Colorado
Tobiano
Paint
Mare
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New Castle, CO
CO
$4,500
Paint Mare
fast, clever, not 100% sound. Big built APHA mare. QH bred - Sonny Dee Bar ..
New Castle, Colorado
Paint
Mare
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New Castle, CO
CO
$3,500
Cleveland Bay Mare
Beautiful Cleveland Bay / Thoroughbred Filly. Good hunter - jumper, dresage..
Carbondale, Colorado
Bay
Cleveland Bay
Mare
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Carbondale, CO
CO
$5,500
Cleveland Bay Stallion
Pure Bred Cleveland Bay Colt. Good temperament, substance and presence...
Carbondale, Colorado
Bay
Cleveland Bay
Stallion
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Carbondale, CO
CO
$7,500
Half Arabian Mare
Beautiful pinto filly, she is sweepstakes US Canada Futurity nominated, cur..
Silt, Colorado
Half Arabian
Mare
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Silt, CO
CO
$4,000
Draft Mare
Fantastic yrlg and 2 yr old Shire / TB fillies for sale starting at $1500 e..
Rifle, Colorado
Bay
Draft
Mare
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Rifle, CO
CO
$3,500
Shire Mare
Awesome group of Shire Fillies and Studcolt for Sale. All Black with 4 whi..
Rifle, Colorado
Black
Shire
Mare
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Rifle, CO
CO
$6,500
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About Basalt,CO

Basalt was first named Ute Junction, after the Junction it served known at that time as Ute City that served present day Aspen, Colorado. Colorado was a territory serving Aspen to Leadville Mining towns, was a well known Railroad Junction, going West and South to Carbondale and Glenwood Springs. Served first by the Midland Railroad in 1901 bought out by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. The town was named for the basaltic rock formation on Basalt Mountain, and began as a railroad town. The town was incorporated in 1901.