Horses for Sale near Kremmling, CO

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Rugger - Gelding in Steamboat Springs, CO
Rugger
Rugger is a Gypsy Vanner Cross/Paint. Rugger is very Athletic and Flashy m..
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Pinto
Gypsy Vanner
Gelding
8
Steamboat Springs, CO
CO
$4,000
Dallie - Mare in Steamboat Springs, CO
Dallie
Dally is our Beautiful Spring Filly Born April 29, 2020. Dally is from Grea..
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Bay
Gypsy Vanner
Mare
0
Steamboat Springs, CO
CO
$7,500
Blue Got Game - Gelding in Granby, CO
Blue Got Game
I have a beautiful 5 year old horse for sale. I bought him last summer from..
Granby, Colorado
Black
Quarter Horse
Gelding
5
Granby, CO
CO
$3,500
Sunny - Gelding in Coalmont, CO
Sunny
16 yrs old Saddle Broke Needs experienced rider Purchased from another pers..
Coalmont, Colorado
Pinto
Other
Gelding
7
Coalmont, CO
CO
$2,000
 - Mare in Yampa, CO
Quarter Horse Mare
Rose's Harlan Queen (Rose) is a wonderful registered AQHA mare. She is 9 ye..
Yampa, Colorado
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
12
Yampa, CO
CO
$4,500
 - Gelding in Steamboat Springs, CO
Andalusian Gelding
Toso has been owned for the past 3 years by an 12 year old girl. And he has..
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Bay
Andalusian
Gelding
19
Steamboat Springs, CO
CO
$5,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Great quarter horse. Has done alot of pasture riding, pen riding, and some ..
Bond, Colorado
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Bond, CO
CO
$2,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
This wonderful sweet guy loves to jump up to 3'10"| and is solid over 3'3"...
Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Steamboat Springs, CO
CO
$2,500
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About Kremmling,CO

The settlement started with only a general store, run by a man named Rudolph "Kare" Kremmling, built on the north side of Muddy Creek. In 1881, two brothers, Aaron and John Kinsey, made part of their ranch into a town and called it Kinsey City. Kare moved his store across the river to the new site and soon people were calling this place Kremmling. The original post office was called Kinsey City and ran from 1881 to 1885, with Kare Kremmling the first postmaster. The name Kremmling was not officially recognized until 1895.