Horses for Sale near Clarksdale, MS

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Paint Gelding
Here's a young gelding that is ready to go to work & look good doing his jo..
Batesville, Mississippi
Overo
Paint
Gelding
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Batesville, MS
MS
$8
Mustang Stallion
US registered Mustang. Great trail horse, gentle, calm, loves attention. ..
Batesville, Mississippi
Brown
Mustang
Stallion
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Batesville, MS
MS
$1,500
Paint Stallion
only son of smart colored olena and grandson color me smart that is 2 mill..
Sarah, Mississippi
Black
Paint
Stallion
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Sarah, MS
MS
$3,500
Arabian Stallion
Rah is Straight Egyptian and Al Khamsa. He is out of amazing breeding and ..
Gillett, Arkansas
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
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Gillett, AR
AR
$1,500
Welsh Pony Stallion
Dusty is half Welsh, half QH. He is a very quiet and solid pony. He is goin..
Senatobia, Mississippi
Blue Roan
Welsh Pony
Stallion
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Senatobia, MS
MS
$3,500
Welsh Pony Mare
Here is your chance to find that rare pearl! Heidi is one of those rare fin..
Senatobia, Mississippi
Bay
Welsh Pony
Mare
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Senatobia, MS
MS
$5,500
Appendix Stallion
"Louie is an absolutly gorgeous colt by Louisiana Swamp and out of a daught..
Batesville, Mississippi
Bay
Appendix
Stallion
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Batesville, MS
MS
$5,000
Quarter Pony Mare
Super nice 2 year old mare. sorrel with flax mane. started under saddle doi..
Coldwater, Mississippi
Sorrel
Quarter Pony
Mare
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Coldwater, MS
MS
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Beautiful, placed 1 st in Louisville MS walking horse show - Trail pleasure..
Cleveland, Mississippi
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Cleveland, MS
MS
$2,500
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About Clarksdale,MS

Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians occupied the Delta region prior to the arrival of European settlers. Clarksdale was developed at the former intersection of two Indian routes: the Lower Creek Trade Path, which extended westward from Augusta, Georgia, to New Mexico; and the Chakchiuma Trade Trail, which ran northeastward to the former village at present-day Pontotoc, Mississippi. The first removal treaty carried out under the Indian Removal Act was the 1830 Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, by which the Choctaw people were robbed of 15 million acres in Indian Territory (now Oklahoma). A similar forced removal of the Chickasaw Nation began in 1837; once in Indian Territory, the Choctaw were forced out of the westernmost part of their land. [ citation needed ] Following the removal of the Indians, European-American settlers migrated to the Delta region, where the fertile soil was excellent for growing cotton.