Horses for Sale near Forsyth, MT

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Quarter Pony Gelding
Gunner is the safest funnest pony you can find. He is 10 years old, 13.3 ha..
Melstone, Montana
Buckskin
Quarter Pony
Gelding
18
Melstone, MT
MT
$10,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
ZANS DAPPER DAN is an 8- year - old AQHA reg. Brown Foundation Bred Zan Pa..
Miles City, Montana
Brown
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Miles City, MT
MT
$9,500
Paint Stallion
Solid 10- year - old Blue Roan gelding great for all riding levels. Used f..
Miles City, Montana
Blue Roan
Paint
Stallion
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Miles City, MT
MT
$10,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Laredo Moon is a golden dappled buckskin stallion. Laredo is double regist..
Miles City, Montana
Buckskin
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
-
Miles City, MT
MT
$500
Paint Stallion
Casper has about 30 days of riding, all outside behind cattle. He is gent..
Miles City, Montana
Paint
Stallion
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Miles City, MT
MT
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Saber is a big stout horse. He has done it all, anyone can get along with..
Miles City, Montana
Paint
Stallion
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Miles City, MT
MT
$3,500
Paint Stallion
Ringo is an alround ranch horse. He is very broke and gentle. any one coul..
Miles City, Montana
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Miles City, MT
MT
$7,500
Arabian Mare
"Sugar" is a registered Spanish Arabian mare bred to an Arabian stallion fo..
Miles City, Montana
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Miles City, MT
MT
$4,500
Arabian Mare
Lacey is a registered purebred, broke Arabian mare bred to an Arabian stall..
Miles City, Montana
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Miles City, MT
MT
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
This filly will grow up to be a big stout beautiful mare. All these colts ..
Miles City, Montana
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Miles City, MT
MT
$900
Tennessee Walking Stallion
J CS Answer is a 10 year old TWHBEA registered black gelding by Answer To P..
Forsyth, Montana
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Forsyth, MT
MT
$2,500
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About Forsyth,MT

Forsyth was established as a settlement on the Yellowstone in 1876 as a steamboat landing supporting United States Army operations in the Indian Wars. in 1882, Thomas Alexander traded land to the Northern Pacific Railway to start the town, and developed four buildings on main street. On April 21, 1894, several hundred men of Coxey's Army, inspired by Jacob Coxey and led by William Hogan, commandeered a Northern Pacific Railway train in Butte, Montana headed for Washington, DC. After stopping in Bozeman, they fought Federal Marshals in Billings with one man killed and several wounded. They were finally apprehended in Forsyth on April 25, by five companies of the 22nd Infantry Regiment and Troop L, 8th Cavalry from Fort Keogh, Cheyenne soldiers known as "Casey's scouts." The incident marked one of the few instances in American history where U.S.