Half Arabian Horses for Sale near Rapid City, SD

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BH Sandman++/ - Stallion in Custer, SD
BH Sandman++/
BH Sandman++/ (BH Bandolero x Bellesimo ms) half Arabian 99.6% Arabian Buck..
Custer, South Dakota
Buckskin
Half Arabian
Stallion
12
Custer, SD
SD
$750
 - Stallion in Oral, SD
Half Arabian Stallion
North Star Tophat LL has been in the show ring ever since he has been old e..
Oral, South Dakota
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Oral, SD
SD
$7,500
Half Arabian Mare
Fancy 3 / 4 Arabian 1 / 4 Saddlebred Rabicano mare infoal to Sweepstakes s..
Rapid City, South Dakota
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Rapid City, SD
SD
$15,000
Half Arabian Mare
Extreme type, and very correct. Mature 15+. Will be top contender in halter..
Custer, South Dakota
Palomino
Half Arabian
Mare
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Custer, SD
SD
$7,500
Half Arabian Stallion
This colt is of Egyptian descent with desert style, grace and stamina. He ..
Rapid City, South Dakota
Black
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Rapid City, SD
SD
$800
Half Arabian Stallion
This weanling has a bit of it all. Style, Power, Stamina, and Attitude. He ..
Rapid City, South Dakota
Black
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Rapid City, SD
SD
$1,100
Half Arabian Mare
TH Ebony Starr is a grandaughter of the original Black Stallion Ala Charm o..
Oral, South Dakota
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Oral, SD
SD
$4,500
Half Arabian Stallion
TH Inspiration is out of Pinto National Champion MJD Corona De Oro and Rhin..
Oral, South Dakota
Black Overo
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Oral, SD
SD
$10,000
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About Rapid City,SD

The public discovery of gold in 1874 by the Black Hills Expedition, led by George Armstrong Custer, brought a mass influx of European-American miners and eventual settlers into this region of the Dakota Territory. Rapid City was founded in 1876 by a group of unsuccessful miners trying to create other chances; they promoted their new city as the "Gateway to the Black Hills"; it was originally known as "Hay Camp." The "Gateway" nickname is shared by neighboring Box Elder. In February 1876 John Richard Brennan and Samuel Scott, with a small group of men, laid out the site of the present Rapid City. It was eventually named for the spring-fed Rapid Creek that flows through it. The land speculators measured off a square mile and designated the six blocks in the center as a business section.