English Pleasure Horses for Sale near Benson, AZ

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Quarter Horse Mare
Doll is a great Mare. I bought her in VA and moved her out to AZ when my ..
Tucson, Arizona
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$3,000
Pinto Mare
Beautiful bay pinto mare with striking blue eye, took my daughter to AZ St..
St. David, Arizona
Bay
Pinto
Mare
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St. David, AZ
AZ
$3,500
Arabian Mare
Falla is an extremely intelligent mare. She absolutely loves attention, an..
Tucson, Arizona
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$1,500
Paint Mare
Tramps Painted Lady, 8 years, APHA mare. Sire: Mr Tramp; Dam: Doc Bar / C..
Tubac, Arizona
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Tubac, AZ
AZ
$3,500
Arabian Stallion
Started 5 YO has had regular Vet care - Gelded at 18 months. Excellent con..
Hereford, Arizona
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Hereford, AZ
AZ
$2,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Growing coming 4 yr old Foundation AQHA gelding from famous pedigree: Poco..
Tucson, Arizona
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$7,000
Azteca Mare
Beautiful Azteca mare traditional baroque features / movement. Caries Zimbr..
Tucson, Arizona
Azteca
Mare
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$10,000
Paint Mare
2001 APHA overo mare, registered as a red dun, is a rare dunalino color. Sh..
Sierra Vista, Arizona
Red Dun
Paint
Mare
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Sierra Vista, AZ
AZ
$5,500
Pony Mare
Cute bay pony. Sound and gentle, loads, clips, and ties. Great feet curren..
Tucson, Arizona
Bay
Pony
Mare
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Exceptional 2 yr old, kind, big boned, solid, handsome sorrell overo with t..
Whetstone, Arizona
Paint
Stallion
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Whetstone, AZ
AZ
$9,500
Paint Stallion
Handsome, well started youngster, very willing, quiet and rides like a cadd..
Whetstone, Arizona
Paint
Stallion
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Whetstone, AZ
AZ
$10,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Bonnie is a registered thoroughbred. She is very sweet and eager to please...
Tucson, Arizona
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$3,400
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About Benson,AZ

The 40,000-acre (160 km 2) Jay Six cattle ranch is located just outside Benson. The ranch played host to political figures like the young brothers Joseph and Jack Kennedy, and to senior statesman Barry Goldwater. The Kennedy brothers (Joe age 21 and Jack age 19) were sent out to the ranch in the spring of 1936 so that the brothers could work as ranch hands, and so that Jack Kennedy could recuperate from a recent illness in the dry desert heat. It is reported that ranchman Jack Speiden worked both brothers "very hard". [ citation needed ]