Paint Horses for Sale near Clarksville, AR

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5- Year - Old Bay Mare Started on barrels and Poles. Has had a lot of foun..
Alma, Arkansas
Bay
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Alma, AR
AR
$800
Paint Mare
5- Year - Old Gorgeous Black and White Tobiano Paint Mare Laid back, eas..
Alma, Arkansas
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Alma, AR
AR
$2,000
Paint Mare
Nice, big, stout pretty APHA buckskin filly with no white markings. Gentle..
Cecil, Arkansas
Buckskin
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Cecil, AR
AR
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Do you want to catch the judges eye? You will with this flashy blue eyed,..
Russellville, Arkansas
Palomino
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Russellville, AR
AR
$1,200
Paint Mare
Horse Details :Kat is a great horse, and just needs a job. Bought for a ba..
Havana, Arkansas
Bay
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Mare
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Havana, AR
AR
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Diego is a beautiful 7 yr old palomino paint. He does ride, but prefers t..
Russellville, Arkansas
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Stallion
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Russellville, AR
AR
$650
Paint Stallion
Paint gelding, average 15. hh, he is 6 or 7 years old, has current cogins, ..
Clarksville, Arkansas
Tobiano
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Clarksville, AR
AR
$650
Paint Mare
Baby is a five year old Paint mare who is wonderful to ride, is well experi..
Lamar, Arkansas
Sorrel
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Mare
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Lamar, AR
AR
$2,250
Paint Stallion
Topper is a double bred Zan Parr Barrand The Total Package colt. He is wel..
Lamar, Arkansas
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Stallion
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Lamar, AR
AR
$2,500
Paint Mare
Candy is a beautiful tobiano with two blue eyes that will make a beautiful ..
Lamar, Arkansas
Tobiano
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Lamar, AR
AR
$2,500
Paint Mare
Very nice fillies with good pedigrees. Most will mature 16 hands. Have 2 s..
Cecil, Arkansas
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Mare
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Cecil, AR
AR
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Amigo has a wonderful lope. . . he has been started on barrels but hasn't b..
Mulberry, Arkansas
Sorrel
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Mulberry, AR
AR
$2,000
Paint Stallion
Eagle is a true Love Bug. He is easy to handle. You can breed him anyway y..
Mulberry, Arkansas
Black Overo
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Mulberry, AR
AR
$250
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About Clarksville,AR

The community began as settlers arrived to the Arkansas Territory. After the Osage tribe was relocated by treaty, Cherokee settlers came to Arkansas by 1800 and primarily lived along the Arkansas River. Indian trading factors such as Matthew Lyon established their offices at Spadra, on the west end of Lake Dardanelle on the Arkansas River, a Clarksville location now occupied by Spadra Marina. A historical marker, dedicated in 1984, sits on Spadra Bluff, near the original river town of Spadra. The area was reserved for the Cherokee, so most early settlers of Johnson County did not move into the area until after 1828, the year the Cherokee gave up their land.