Paint Horses for Sale near Cabot, 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
Paint
Stallion
2
Bradford, AR
AR
$350
Paint Mare
Pretty Paint Mare Sadie is a really well behaved mare who would make someo..
Maumelle, Arkansas
Paint
Mare
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Maumelle, AR
AR
$1,000
Paint Mare
Saidie is a really well behaved mare who would make someone a great trail ..
Maumelle, Arkansas
Paint
Mare
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Maumelle, AR
AR
$1,000
Paint Mare
This mare is well - started under saddle. Her dam has an ROM in longe lin..
El Paso, Arkansas
Buckskin
Paint
Mare
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El Paso, AR
AR
$2,500
Paint Mare
Do not let this filly get away. She is riding great and will be an asset t..
Greenbrier, Arkansas
Chestnut
Paint
Mare
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Greenbrier, AR
AR
$3,500
Paint Mare
Nice prospect. She has had round pen work and is started. She is coming al..
Benton, Arkansas
Buckskin
Paint
Mare
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Benton, AR
AR
$1,800
Paint Stallion
APHA Reg. as Breeding stock. Has all the right stuff to make a nice wester..
Mount Vernon, Arkansas
Black
Paint
Stallion
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Mount Vernon, AR
AR
$1,200
Paint Mare
5 year old, Spirted, Paint mare, possibly in foal to Palimino Quarter Hors..
Center Ridge, Arkansas
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Center Ridge, AR
AR
$1,700
Paint Mare
Gypsy is an 8 yr old overo with bald face white sock and blue eyes. She has..
Vilonia, Arkansas
Overo
Paint
Mare
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Vilonia, AR
AR
$1,200
Paint Stallion
Bud is a 16. 2 Bay tovero gelding. He is five years old and has been shown...
Ward, Arkansas
Paint
Stallion
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Ward, AR
AR
$8,500
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About Cabot,AR

Before the city of Cabot existed, an 1862 typhoid epidemic took the lives of about 1500 Confederate soldiers previously under Allison Nelson who were camped in the hills surrounding Cabot and its neighbor, Austin. 428 poorly marked graves were exhumed in 1905 by a group of Confederate veterans and moved to a new site at Camp Nelson Confederate Cemetery located in Cabot on Rye Drive, just off Cherry Road between Campground and Mount Carmel roads. Marble gravestones were placed over each grave and a large marble obelisk was erected to honor the dead. In 1982, a group of volunteers from Cabot began maintaining the cemetery, which had fallen into disrepair. The city of Cabot began as a small settlement at a refueling station on the Cairo & Fulton Railroad.