Quarter Horses for Sale near Bisbee, AZ

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World qualifier, over 113 AQHA points, Superior and R. O. M. , 92% founda..
Elfrida, Arizona
Chestnut
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Elfrida, AZ
AZ
$850
Quarter Horse Mare
We have AQHA and APHA horses for sell. Priced at $500 to $6500. Check out..
Elfrida, Arizona
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Elfrida, AZ
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Quarter Horse Mare
Must sell! Daughter going to college! Awesome youth or adult amateur trai..
Cochise, Arizona
Bay
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Mare
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Cochise, AZ
AZ
$3,750
Quarter Horse Mare
Prices starting at 500 up to 6500. We have reduced prices on most of our s..
Elfrida, Arizona
Palomino
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Elfrida, AZ
AZ
$800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Palomino gelding, 13 years old. 15. 2 hands, 1200 lb. Strong and muscular. ..
Dragoon, Arizona
Palomino
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Dragoon, AZ
AZ
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Nice big, very active colt, he will work anything, pretty red dun with all ..
Sunizona, Arizona
Red Dun
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Sunizona, AZ
AZ
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Heza Son Of A Dun" is being sold due to owner injury (not horse related) ...
Sunizona, Arizona
Red Dun
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Sunizona, AZ
AZ
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Heza Son Of A Dun" foaled May 2004, this is a big correct colt, he is bred..
Sunizona, Arizona
Red Dun
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Sunizona, AZ
AZ
$400
Quarter Horse Mare
Poco's Smokin Eclipse - Four month old, bay weanling filly. Cute and sweet ..
Sierra Vista, Arizona
Bay
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Mare
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Sierra Vista, AZ
AZ
$3,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Foundation mare goes back to Bill Cody and Mr Gunsmoke, great feet, smooth ..
Huachuca City, Arizona
Bay
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Huachuca City, AZ
AZ
$2,000
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About Bisbee,AZ

Bisbee was founded as a copper, gold, and silver mining town in 1880, and named in honor of Judge DeWitt Bisbee, one of the financial backers of the adjacent Copper Queen Mine. In 1929, the county seat was moved from Tombstone to Bisbee, where it remains. Mining in the Mule Mountains proved quite successful: in the early 20th century the population of Bisbee soared. Incorporated in 1902, by 1910 its population had swelled to 9,019, and it sported a constellation of suburbs, including Warren, Lowell, and San Jose, some of which had been founded on their own (ultimately less successful) mines. In 1917, open-pit mining was successfully introduced to meet the copper demand during World War I.