Horses for Sale near Breckenridge, CO

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Appaloosa Stallion for Sale in Jefferson, Colorado
Appaloosa Stallion
These are two Appy brothers, 10yo is a leopard and the 5yo is roan-appaloos..
Jefferson, Colorado
White
Appaloosa
Stallion
8
Jefferson, CO
CO
$2,800
Holsteiner Mare for Sale in Evergreen, Colorado
Holsteiner Mare
Chive was purchased in Belgium, completed her mare performance test in Apri..
Evergreen, Colorado
Chestnut
Holsteiner
Mare
10
Evergreen, CO
CO
$24,500
Holsteiner Stallion for Sale in Evergreen, Colorado
Holsteiner Stallion
The first foal by Comme Il Faut born in America! 'Bocephus' arrived on May ..
Evergreen, Colorado
Bay
Holsteiner
Stallion
4
Evergreen, CO
CO
$15,000
Other Mare for Sale in Woody Creek, Colorado
Flea
Flea-13.3hh coming 3 year old mare available for adoption. $750 through Col..
Woody Creek, Colorado
Buckskin
Other
Mare
3
Woody Creek, CO
CO
$750
Looking for a barrel horse or all around rodeo type horse..
Singleton, Colorado
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Singleton, CO
CO
$5,500
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Basalt, Colorado
Black
Friesian
Gelding
13
Basalt, CO
CO
$1,500
Quarter Horse Gelding
What a hoot! Junior is not only great fun to ride, he's on his way to becom..
Golden, Colorado
Black
Quarter Horse
Gelding
10
Golden, CO
CO
$2,500
Daisy
Cute, fun, athletic mare. Ideal for gymkhana, drill team, or just bombing a..
Golden, Colorado
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
8
Golden, CO
CO
$950
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About Breckenridge,CO

Prospectors entered what is now Summit County (then part of Utah Territory) during the Pikes Peak Gold Rush of 1859, soon after the placer gold discoveries east of Breckenridge near Idaho Springs. Breckenridge was founded to serve the miners working rich placer gold deposits discovered along the Blue River. Placer gold mining was soon joined by hard rock mining, as prospectors followed the gold to its source veins in the hills. Gold in some upper gravel benches east of the Blue River was recovered by hydraulic mining. Gold production decreased in the late 1800s, but revived in 1908 by gold dredging operations along the Blue River and Swan River.