Quarter Horses for Sale near Malvern, AR

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Reba - Mare in Pine Bluff, AR
Reba
This is a good walk trot horse easy to ride has won have had kids show her ..
Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
14
Pine Bluff, AR
AR
$8,500
Lilly - Mare in Sherwood, AR
Lilly
Beautiful & wonderful disposition..
Sherwood, Arkansas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
10
Sherwood, AR
AR
$2,000
Jessica - Mare in Bryant, AR
Jessica
Jessica is a great horse she loves water she will roll in it she loves to b..
Bryant, Arkansas
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
11
Bryant, AR
AR
$8,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
MIcrochipped by state of Arkansas for identification purposes. Up to date ..
Prattsville, Arkansas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Prattsville, AR
AR
$1,250
Quarter Horse Stallion
Dreamer is a good hunter, dressage or eventing prospect. Originally used ..
Sherwood, Arkansas
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Sherwood, AR
AR
$4,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Raon stallion, not sure if he is going to be bay or blue, he keeps changin..
Fordyce, Arkansas
Blue Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Fordyce, AR
AR
$700
Quarter Horse Stallion
i have 4 yearlings for sale. 3 are registered aqha, one is grade (not regis..
Fordyce, Arkansas
Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Fordyce, AR
AR
$750
Quarter Horse Mare
Liberty is an awesome filly. Her momma is 1 / 2 draft, and her father is a..
Sherwood, Arkansas
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Sherwood, AR
AR
$900
Quarter Horse Stallion
AQHA Registered beautiful and gentle Western Pleasure horse. He has placed ..
Amity, Arkansas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Amity, AR
AR
$4,500
Quarter Horse Mare
*SOLD black QH mare with star, in foal to registered pinto. Big Beautiful H..
Little Rock, Arkansas
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Little Rock, AR
AR
$800
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About Malvern,AR

Named after Malvern Hill, Virginia, Malvern was founded in 1870 by the Cairo and Fulton Railroad as a city site 21 miles (34 km) southeast of Hot Springs. On October 15, 1878, Malvern officially became the county seat of Hot Spring County. The original inhabitants of the county were Native Americans, trappers, hunters, and farmers. The Hot Springs Railroad, often referred to as the Diamond Jo line, was established as a narrow-gauge railroad by Chicago businessman Joseph Reynolds in 1874. Reynolds began building the Hot Springs Railroad, which extends northwest from Malvern Junction, a station on the Cairo & Fulton, to Hot Springs, after he had endured unsatisfactory stagecoach rides to the latter city.