Horses for Sale near Plentywood, MT

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Tennessee Walking Mare
Eagles Enduring Freedom is a yearling TWHBEA registered bay mare by Blaze ..
Bainville, Montana
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Bainville, MT
MT
$1,250
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Blaze Of Threat is a 14 year old TWHBEA registered 16. 1 hand chesnut stall..
Bainville, Montana
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Bainville, MT
MT
$3,850
Quarter Horse Mare
Sharlet is her name for more info. please add horses name...
Bainville, Montana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bainville, MT
MT
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Sage has been in many parades and trail rides. Has worked cattle and has p..
Bainville, Montana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bainville, MT
MT
$1,500
Pony Stallion
R. W. has been used with ADD and ADH children. Has been used in marathon an..
Bainville, Montana
Pinto
Pony
Stallion
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Bainville, MT
MT
$2,000
Belgian Draft Mare
Little Bell has a 81'' girth, 64'' lenght and weights app. 1272 lb. Is grou..
Bainville, Montana
Belgian Draft
Mare
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Bainville, MT
MT
$2,000
Belgian Draft Stallion
Mike is from working draft horses, good disposition, willing to learn. More..
Bainville, Montana
Sorrel
Belgian Draft
Stallion
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Bainville, MT
MT
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
The Ultimate Black Stallion Prospect!!! Slush Creeks Handsome Jak is a 2003..
Bainville, Montana
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Bainville, MT
MT
$1,250
Draft Mare
This mare is a Belgian / Q. H. cross. 69'' girth, 56'' lenght, and app. 80..
Bainville, Montana
Sorrel
Draft
Mare
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Bainville, MT
MT
$1,200
Draft Stallion
Sire / Belgium Dame / Q. H. Good disposition and quick to learn..
Bainville, Montana
Sorrel
Draft
Stallion
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Bainville, MT
MT
$1,000
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About Plentywood,MT

The first business in Plentywood opened in 1900, and a post office was established two years later. The city incorporated in 1912, following the arrival of a Great Northern Railway branch line that eventually ran from Bainville to Opheim. Local folklore suggests that the name of the nearby Plentywood Creek, after which the city was named, comes from a search for firewood. One day, according to the story, a group of cowboys watched in exasperation as the chuck wagon cook attempted to start a fire with damp buffalo chips. Finally, in frustration, Dutch Henry said, "If you’ll go 2 miles up this creek, you’ll find plenty wood." Plentywood has been a center for purchase of pulse crops since 2005.