Half Arabian Horses for Sale near Lancaster, CA

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Half Arabian Gelding
CALLNME WYATT aka Carbine is a double registered 1/2 Arabian 1/2 Saddlebre..
Acton, California
Bay
Half Arabian
Gelding
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Acton, CA
CA
$2,000
Half Arabian Mare
Little sweet mare for lease to just the right home. Started but not finish..
Lancaster, California
White
Half Arabian
Mare
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Lancaster, CA
CA
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Half Arabian Stallion
"Red Pony" is currently in Reining training. He got his sire's sliding hi..
Agua Dulce, California
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Agua Dulce, CA
CA
$7,500
Half Arabian Mare
Well started 4 yr old 3 / 4 Arabian Pinto mare. Ready to show in Western ..
Agua Dulce, California
Pinto
Half Arabian
Mare
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Agua Dulce, CA
CA
$15,000
Half Arabian Mare
Gorgeous flashy, chesnut / white tobiano mare pinto reg. imprinted at birt..
Acton, California
Half Arabian
Mare
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Acton, CA
CA
$5,000
Half Arabian Mare
Cindy is a arab / quarter cross with lots of energy, very good groud manne..
Acton, California
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Mare
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Acton, CA
CA
$850
Half Arabian Stallion
Dont let his size fool you, he is a tough lil horse. He is one of the best ..
Moorpark, California
Gray
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Moorpark, CA
CA
$1,500
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About Lancaster,CA

The area where Lancaster is now located, known as the Antelope Valley, was originally home to the Paiute Indians. Lancaster's origins as a settlement start with the Southern Pacific Railroad, which is believed to first use the name Lancaster, where a station house, locomotive watering facilities and section gang housing were built when the railroad laid track through the town's future location. In 1876 the Southern Pacific completed the line through the Antelope Valley, linking San Francisco and Los Angeles. The origin of Lancaster's name is unclear, attributed variously to the surname of a railroad station clerk, the moniker given by railroad officials, or the former Pennsylvania home ( Lancaster, Pennsylvania) of unknown settlers. Train service brought passengers through the water-stop-turned-community, which, with the help of promotional literature, attracted new settlers.