Cutting Horses for Sale near Thornton, CO

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Grey Bravo
Well trained, suitable for almost any rider. Smart, gentle and good natured..
Berthoud, Colorado
Gray
Quarter Horse
Gelding
15
Berthoud, CO
CO
$10,000
Paint Stallion
FOR SALE 6 year old Paint Stallion - Broke to ride & Super Gentle - Very..
Denver, Colorado
Paint
Stallion
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Denver, CO
CO
$4,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Two Year Old AQHA Gelding has been worked in reining, cutting and has been..
Kersey, Colorado
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Kersey, CO
CO
$5,500
Paint Stallion
Son of 6 time APHA World Champion - Colt has amazing athletic ability, he ..
Loveland, Colorado
Paint
Stallion
-
Loveland, CO
CO
$3,200
Quarter Horse Mare
Awesome filly sired by the Senior World Champion Versatility Ranch Horse i..
Eaton, Colorado
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Eaton, CO
CO
$2,200
Paint Stallion
Son of Strait GunSmokeNSugar - 6X APHA World Champ. Sharp, stout, nice - b..
Loveland, Colorado
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Loveland, CO
CO
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
this is a very calm, people loving, easy to catch gelding, good with vet & ..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
VERY NICE 3 year old filly. Well started under saddle. Has about 60 rides. ..
Fort Collins, Colorado
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Fort Collins, CO
CO
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Beautiful, flashy, athletic, super sweet yearling filly sadly in need of ne..
Fort Collins, Colorado
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Fort Collins, CO
CO
$2,000
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About Thornton,CO

Thornton consisted solely of farmland until 1953 when Sam Hoffman purchased a lot off Washington Street about seven miles (11 km) north of Denver. The town he laid out was the first fully planned community in Adams County, and the first to offer full municipal services from a single tax levy, including recreation services and free trash pickup. Thornton was named in honor of Former Colorado Governor Dan Thornton. The Thornton Community Association (TCA) was formed in 1954 to help guide the new community's development. By the end of 1955, Thornton had 5,500 residents in over 1,200 homes.