Lipizzan Horses for Sale near Durango, CO

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Lipizzan Stallion
Pluto III Lynda II 12000 Your dream Lipizzan stallion. Born 2001. Th..
Durango, Colorado
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$1,000
Lipizzan Stallion
Pluto III Lynda II Your dream Lipizzan stallion. Born 2001. The last ..
Durango, Colorado
White
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$12,000
Lipizzan Stallion
Sporthorse stallion by Pluto Lynda and Salina. At 14. 3 hands he has extre..
Durango, Colorado
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$750
Lipizzan Mare
Elegant hunter, or CT prospects. Pair for combined driving. By Pluto III F..
Durango, Colorado
Gray
Lipizzan
Mare
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Durango, CO
CO
$5,000
Lipizzan Stallion
Are you looking for that gelding to change your life? MUDANZA is the one ..
Durango, Colorado
Bay
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$4,500
Lipizzan Stallion
Pluto Salina is by Pluto Lynda and Salina. He has extremely suspended gai..
Durango, Colorado
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$15,000
Lipizzan Stallion
Pluto III Lynda II is the last of the Pluto III Fabia III and Lynda Offspr..
Durango, Colorado
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$12,000
Lipizzan Mare
Painted Lady is large mare with big movement. She has nice floating strid..
Durango, Colorado
Gray
Lipizzan
Mare
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Durango, CO
CO
$8,500
Lipizzan Mare
Jazz is a Lipizzan / Orlov / TB cross. She lives up to her name as a spor..
Durango, Colorado
Lipizzan
Mare
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Durango, CO
CO
$5,500
Lipizzan Stallion
Pluto II Salina II, this stallion by Pluto Lynda and Salina has extremely ..
Durango, Colorado
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$15,000
Lipizzan Stallion
Pluto III Lynda II. Your dream Lipizzan stallion. The last of Pluto II Fa..
Durango, Colorado
Gray
Lipizzan
Stallion
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Durango, CO
CO
$12,000
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About Durango,CO

The town was organized in September 1880 to serve the San Juan mining district. The Denver and Rio Grande Railroad (D&RG) chose the site on the Animas River for its depot following a brief and most likely perfunctory negotiation with Animas City, two miles to the north. The city was named by ex-Colorado Governor Alexander C. Hunt after Durango, Mexico, based on his favorable impression of that city resulting from a scouting trip undertaken on behalf of William J. Palmer, the head of the D&RG.