Quarter Horses for Sale near Monticello, AR

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Quarter Horse Mare
black mare in foal do not have time for her so I must sell her..
Warren, Arkansas
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Warren, AR
AR
$700
Quarter Horse Stallion
Stormy is a flashy unregistered blue roan qh stallion, and will definately ..
Warren, Arkansas
Blue Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Warren, AR
AR
$300
Quarter Horse Stallion
Sampson is a 5 year old gelding. I have had him since he was a year. He is..
Lake Village, Arkansas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Lake Village, AR
AR
$1,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
AQHA 8 year old gelding, broke to ride, needs experienced rider, great pot..
Star City, Arkansas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Star City, AR
AR
$800
Quarter Horse Mare
AQHA 6 year old gray filly. Broke to ride. Great horse. Easy keeper. Ca..
Star City, Arkansas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Star City, AR
AR
$1,000
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
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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
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Fordyce, AR
AR
$750
Quarter Horse Mare
Beautiful automatic barrel / pole horse. Very consistant will get you in a..
Lake Village, Arkansas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Lake Village, AR
AR
$7,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Beautiful dark buckskin mare. Running bred. Easy to handle, will clip, load..
Crossett, Arkansas
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Crossett, AR
AR
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
AQHA buckskin broodmare. Easy to handle. Will load, clip, bathe, and stand ..
Crossett, Arkansas
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Crossett, AR
AR
$2,000
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About Monticello,AR

When Drew County was formed in 1846, its citizens decided that a new town should be built to serve as the county seat. In 1849, land was donated for the town site. The first courthouse was built in 1851, and a second courthouse was erected in 1857. Two trials were held in that courthouse in March and September 1859 to consider whether the slave Abby Guy ought to be freed. The first trial resulted in a hung jury but the second jury of twelve local men found in her favor and she was set free.