Jumping Horses for Sale near Red Feather Lakes, CO

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Miniature Stallion
2 very cute and friendly pinto stallions. both are show quality, and are g..
Lyons, Colorado
Pinto
Miniature
Stallion
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Lyons, CO
CO
Contact
Quarter Horse Mare
Started under saddle wtc. Lives in hunter jumper household so will continu..
Nunn, Colorado
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Nunn, CO
CO
$2,500
Connemara Pony Stallion
This two year - old gelding is a beautiful dark blue / gunmetal grey with a..
Fort Collins, Colorado
Gray
Connemara Pony
Stallion
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Fort Collins, CO
CO
$2,200
Dutch Warmblood Stallion
This copper penny colored athlete has beauty and power for any discipline. ..
Loveland, Colorado
Chestnut
Dutch Warmblood
Stallion
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Loveland, CO
CO
$8,500
American Warmblood Stallion
Nickolas is a Dutch WB cross registered with AWR. His grandsire is famous A..
Loveland, Colorado
Chestnut
American Warmblood
Stallion
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Loveland, CO
CO
$8,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
No vices. Sound. Tie, Clip, Shoe, load. Jumping 2'6"| have been 3'. Loves ..
Loveland, Colorado
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Loveland, CO
CO
$1,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Patty is a big, gorgeous gelding that is off the track and ready to start a..
Tucson, Arizona
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$5,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Worktrain is a big, gorgeous, athletic horse that was lightly raced and is ..
Tucson, Arizona
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$4,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Pooh is a good looking, athletic gelding off of the track. He is sound, ha..
Tucson, Arizona
Sorrel
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Tucson, AZ
AZ
$5,500
Oldenburg Stallion
great young eventing / dressage prospect for sale. This colt has 90 days p..
Loveland, Colorado
Bay
Oldenburg
Stallion
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Loveland, CO
CO
$5,000
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About Red Feather Lakes,CO

Other than Native Americans, only occasional hunters and trappers passed through the Red Feather Lakes area until the middle of the 19th century. The first known settler was John Hardin, who built a cabin about 2 miles (3 km) from the current Red Feather Lakes village in 1871. Other settlers, many of them families of Hardin's eleven surviving children, homesteaded and built nearby. In these early years, the settlers were primarily ranchers, but another important activity was lumbering. The trails in the area, some of which eventually became roads, were built by tie hacks, who hauled their ties [ clarification needed ] lumber down to what is now Tie Siding, Wyoming, where they were used in building the transcontinental railroad.