Draft Horses for Sale near Dallas, TX

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Draft Stallion
Super sweet & socialized spotted draft colt! NASDHA pending. Will consider ..
Pilot Point, Texas
Draft
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Pilot Point, TX
TX
$4,000
Draft Stallion
Adorable & sweet little blue - eyed colt, NASDHA reg pending. Will conside..
Pilot Point, Texas
Draft
Stallion
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Pilot Point, TX
TX
$4,000
Draft Stallion
Gorgeous black and white spotted colt! Handled by hundreds of kids alread..
Pilot Point, Texas
Draft
Stallion
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Pilot Point, TX
TX
$4,000
Draft Stallion
spirited..
Joshua, Texas
Draft
Stallion
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Joshua, TX
TX
$300
Draft Mare
spirited..
Joshua, Texas
Brown
Draft
Mare
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Joshua, TX
TX
$300
Draft Stallion
Incredibly gentle stud, super athletic gait, handled by over 300 children ..
Pilot Point, Texas
Draft
Stallion
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Pilot Point, TX
TX
$5,000
Draft Stallion
Koda (formerly known as Wiley) is a proven foxhunting mount and a great ev..
Keller, Texas
Sorrel
Draft
Stallion
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Keller, TX
TX
$6,000
Draft Stallion
4 yr. old, 1500 lb. black & white Shire. NASDHA Pemium registered. PDR reg..
Pilot Point, Texas
Tobiano
Draft
Stallion
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Pilot Point, TX
TX
$600
Draft Mare
great broodmare. good confirmation, halters, leads, ties, trailers. we res..
Kaufman, Texas
Gray
Draft
Mare
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Kaufman, TX
TX
$500
Draft Mare
Weanling, halter broke, ties, leads, but still working with her at times on..
Blue Ridge, Texas
Palomino
Draft
Mare
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Blue Ridge, TX
TX
$600
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About Dallas,TX

Preceded by thousands of years of varying cultures, the Caddo people inhabited the Dallas area before Spanish colonists claimed the territory of Texas in the 18th century as a part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain. Later, France also claimed the area but never established much settlement. Overall, six flags have flown over Texas; one additional nation flag, Mexico, the Republic of Texas flag, the Confederacy flag and the United States of America flag. In 1819, the Adams-OnĂ­s Treaty between the United States and Spain defined the Red River as the northern boundary of New Spain, officially placing the future location of Dallas well within Spanish territory. The area remained under Spanish rule until 1821, when Mexico declared independence from Spain, and the area was considered part of the Mexican state of Coahuila y Tejas.