Paint Horses for Sale near Neodesha, KS

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Paint Mare
Whiskie is a 2 yo filly, will make a nice riding horse once broke. she le..
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
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Mare
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Bartlesville, OK
OK
$900
Paint Stallion
Jerricho is a yearling paint stud colt. He was a rescue horse (was kept on..
Independence, Kansas
Gray
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Stallion
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Independence, KS
KS
$500
Paint Mare
World Champion Halter / Loungeline Bay Tobiano Mare. Double registered APH..
Coffeyville, Kansas
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Mare
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Coffeyville, KS
KS
$10,000
Paint Stallion
He is a sorrel and white tobiano. Has a mellow disposition and passes it on..
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Sorrel
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Stallion
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Bartlesville, OK
OK
$350
Paint Stallion
He is five years old has been handled some, we have him penned up and are w..
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Black
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Stallion
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Bartlesville, OK
OK
$500
Paint Stallion
Four year old black and white paint stallion for sale. He has not been hand..
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Black
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Stallion
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Bartlesville, OK
OK
$350
Paint Stallion
He is a two year old stallion. Has not been used for breeding. Was born on ..
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Dun
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Stallion
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Bartlesville, OK
OK
$900
Paint Mare
This is a five year old paint mare that will ride with an experienced rider..
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
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Mare
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Bartlesville, OK
OK
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Little Joe is a registered paint but is solid black. Has had West Nile shot..
Dewey, Oklahoma
Black
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Stallion
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Dewey, OK
OK
$1,100
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About Neodesha,KS

The first settlers in the area that would eventually become Neodesha established a trading post in October 1867 to the northwest of the present town. They were allowed by the Osage Indians to establish a trading post on the Osage Diminished Reserve because the nearest trading post was over thirty miles away. After the Drum Creek Treaty had been signed by the Osage tribe in September 1870 and the tribe moved to Indian Territory; it opened the way for settlers to move to the area. Neodesha was incorporated March 2, 1871 and the original plat was filed with the U.S. Land Office in July 1871.