Half Arabian Horses for Sale near Thornton, CO

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Half Arabian Mare
This mare is just right for a youngster who wants to to try everything. Sh..
Fort Collins, Colorado
Half Arabian
Mare
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Fort Collins, CO
CO
$5,000
Half Arabian Stallion
trail horse, loads well, minds on ground..
Bailey, Colorado
Sorrel
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Bailey, CO
CO
$1,800
Half Arabian Mare
SUDZUKI [ El Ghazi x Imp Suddie Medina]: This Arabian / Hackney mare is pr..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$27,500
Half Arabian Stallion
CW PAINTED WARRIOR [Coleman~s Painted Knight x DR Bravi Anna]: This big bol..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$25,000
Half Arabian Stallion
MM CHEROKEE WARRIOR [GS Khochise+ / / x MM Cherokee Bay]: This flashy geldi..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Bay
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$15,000
Half Arabian Stallion
JD CARTIER [DW Bonfire ( Bask) x Wild Melody]: National Show Horse, double..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$15,000
Half Arabian Stallion
HARRY POTTER, Bay Half Arabian Quarter Horse Gelding [TC Marshall (by Kharb..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Bay
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$15,000
Half Arabian Mare
CC PAINTED LAIDY [Colorado Coolaid+ / (by Napitok) x My Party Dress]: Well ..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Half Arabian
Mare
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$3,500
Half Arabian Stallion
"Guy" is a very special and athletic horse. He has a wonderful personality,..
Tucson, Arizona
Bay
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$10,000
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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.