Paint Horses for Sale near Brinkley, AR

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Ruckus - Stallion in Bradford, AR
Ruckus
He stands tied. Stands for farrier. Halter broke. Loads and is easy to catc..
Bradford, Arkansas
Pinto
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Stallion
1
Bradford, AR
AR
$350
 - Mare in Colt, AR
Paint Mare
Mare was registered but papers were lost prior to my owning her i have trai..
Colt, Arkansas
Sabino
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Mare
12
Colt, AR
AR
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Dixie Land Casper. 6 y / o Tobiano / Overo Registered Paint Gelding. 14. 2 ..
Colt, Arkansas
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Stallion
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Colt, AR
AR
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Bud is a 16. 2 Bay tovero gelding. He is five years old and has been shown...
Ward, Arkansas
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Stallion
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Ward, AR
AR
$8,500
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About Brinkley,AR

In 1852, a land grant for the construction of rail lines was given to the Little Rock and Memphis Railroad Company, led by Robert Campbell Brinkley as its president. Robert C. Brinkley, born in North Carolina, lived in Memphis where he served a public career of "noble deeds and generous conduct" and for many years served as president of Planters Bank of Memphis. Between 1852 and 1869, the settlement was called "Lick Skillet." When the day's work was completed, the railroad construction crew, mostly all immigrants from neighboring towns, cooked their supper over an open fire and returned to their homes when the last "skillet was licked." The construction of the rail lines between Little Rock and Memphis brought the City of Brinkley into being. Brinkley is situated in the northern part of Monroe County, the halfway point between the two larger cities.