Horses for Sale near Emporia, KS

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Quarter Horse Stallion
"Whisky" is a very well patterned, virtually automatic barrel horse. I have..
Cassoday, Kansas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Cassoday, KS
KS
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
This fine gelding is a grandson of the great Zips Chocolate Chip. He is sta..
Lyndon, Kansas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Lyndon, KS
KS
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Stormy is a sound, easy keeper, kid broke, barrel, pole horse. My 10 y / ..
Williamsburg, Kansas
Black
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Williamsburg, KS
KS
$2,500
Appendix Mare
This filly will make a great show horse. Very pretty mare with a winning w..
Carbondale, Kansas
Bay
Appendix
Mare
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Carbondale, KS
KS
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
A. Q. H. A. Golden Palomino filly. Very pretty filly and will make a wonder..
Carbondale, Kansas
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Carbondale, KS
KS
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Husband says I have to sell him. Willing to work out deal to good home. Ex..
Herington, Kansas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Herington, KS
KS
$1,000
Paint Mare
This young mare will be turning three in May and will be an excellent ropin..
Marion, Kansas
Red Roan
Paint
Mare
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Marion, KS
KS
$600
Paint Stallion
Rhinestone Robin, APHA Champion, Sup Halter and Sup Western Pleasure. CA St..
Harveyville, Kansas
Paint
Stallion
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Harveyville, KS
KS
$3,500
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About Emporia,KS

Located on upland prairie, Emporia was founded in 1857, drawing its name from ancient Carthage, a place known in history as a prosperous center of commerce. In 1864 the Union Pacific Railway, Southern Branch (later incorporated into the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad) received land grants to build from Fort Riley to Emporia. The road eventually reached Emporia in 1869, becoming the first railroad to serve the burgeoning town. In July 1870, a second railroad, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway reached Emporia, and in the years following the American Civil War the city became a booming railroad hub. In 1888, railroad executive and educator John Byers Anderson donated his personal library to the College of Emporia to commemorate his 50th wedding anniversary, and his former mentee Andrew Carnegie donated additional funds to build a library in Anderson's honor (conditioned upon the new college paying off its mortgage).