Dressage Horses for Sale near Mancos, CO

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Andalusian Stallion
EL Fabio - Andalusian / Lipizzan National IALHA Reserve Champion Half Anda..
Durango, Colorado
White
Andalusian
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$750
Andalusian Mare
Dakota Andalusian / Arabian mare. Very athletic performance horse for the ..
Durango, Colorado
White
Andalusian
Mare
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Durango, CO
CO
$8,500
Half Arabian Mare
Dreams Dakota is a lipizzan Arabian cross. She is a very athletic perform..
Durango, Colorado
Gray
Half Arabian
Mare
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Durango, CO
CO
$8,500
Lipizzan Mare
Jazz is a Lipizzan / Orlov / TB cross. She lives up to her name as a spor..
Durango, Colorado
Lipizzan
Mare
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Durango, CO
CO
$5,500
Lipizzan Stallion
Pluto III Lynda II. Your dream Lipizzan stallion. The last of Pluto II Fa..
Durango, Colorado
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$12,000
American Warmblood Stallion
Mountain high Zuni was donated to SpringCreekHorseRescue. org to help raise..
Ignacio, Colorado
Chestnut
American Warmblood
Stallion
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Ignacio, CO
CO
$1,200
Andalusian Stallion
Wonderful temperment is just one of the many attributes of this multi - pur..
Durango, Colorado
Gray
Andalusian
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$10,000
Andalusian Mare
Dream's Dakota is a beautiful 5 yr old Andalusian / Arab mare. She has had..
Ignacio, Colorado
Gray
Andalusian
Mare
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Ignacio, CO
CO
$15,000
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About Mancos,CO

The Mancos Valley has been settled since at least the 10th century, although various severe conditions in the mid to late 13th century saw the area and its multitude of small villages abandoned by the Ancient Pueblo People ( Anasazi). The Mancos area is dotted with inventoried and uninventoried archeological sites, including both isolated houses and shelters and small village complexes. Mancos Valley residents were probably among those who withdrew to the cliff dwellings on Mesa Verde, perhaps for defensive purposes, due to climate change, or as part of concentration policy of possible invaders and occupiers of the region. Archaeological sites of the Ancient Pueblo period include: Bement site, a Colorado State Register of Historic Properties site, representing the first and second Pueblo periods. Between AD 750-850 there was one shelter on the site.