Horses for Sale near Hysham, MT

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 - Gelding in Pompeys Pillar, MT
Quarter Horse Gelding
CATS NIC A very gentle ranch hand. "NIC" has been exposed to large ranch op..
Pompeys Pillar, Montana
Bay
Quarter Horse
Gelding
15
Pompeys Pillar, MT
MT
$8,000
 - Gelding in Pompeys Pillar, MT
Quarter Horse Gelding
PEPPERNICS CALL Stacked and ready for work. Patient, alert and self-managed..
Pompeys Pillar, Montana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Gelding
16
Pompeys Pillar, MT
MT
$14,000
 - Gelding in Pompeys Pillar, MT
Quarter Horse Gelding
"Big Brown" is very tall, perfect for Dressage and lightly reined. Loves t..
Pompeys Pillar, Montana
Bay
Quarter Horse
Gelding
18
Pompeys Pillar, MT
MT
$16,000
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
17
Melstone, MT
MT
$10,000
Peruvian Paso Stallion
SGR Romantico Bandido is a quality colt that has fabulous gait, brio and t..
Pompeys Pillar, Montana
Buckskin
Peruvian Paso
Stallion
-
Pompeys Pillar, MT
MT
$2,800
Peruvian Paso Stallion
DDW Romante (Reg. #10393 PPHRNA) is a beautiful, black stallion with lots ..
Pompeys Pillar, Montana
Black
Peruvian Paso
Stallion
-
Pompeys Pillar, MT
MT
$500
Peruvian Paso Stallion
Beautiful Palomino Peruvian colt with champions on both sides, very correc..
Pompeys Pillar, Montana
Palomino
Peruvian Paso
Stallion
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Pompeys Pillar, MT
MT
$4,000
Appaloosa Mare
This beautiful mare has been used as a broadmare and has not been broke to ..
Melstone, Montana
Buckskin
Appaloosa
Mare
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Melstone, MT
MT
$2,000
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 Hysham,MT

When the Montana Territory became the state of Montana in 1889 the future site of Hysham was just a blank spot in the rolling prairie along the Yellowstone River. At that time, the area was within sprawling Custer County, which covered much of eastern Montana, and also included the eastern part of the Crow Indian Reservation. The area was opened up to homesteading in 1906 after the federal government moved the Crow Indian Reservation boundary further west to its present location. This made possible the development of farms and ranches throughout the area and at the same time allowed the settlement of small towns like Hysham (Cheney 1984). The location and founding of the town of Hysham is intertwined with its ranching and railroad history.