Quarter Horses for Sale near WaKeeney, KS

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 - Stallion in Hoxie, KS
Quarter Horse Stallion
What a pretty colt and definitely stallion potential, champion pedigree tha..
Hoxie, Kansas
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
6
Hoxie, KS
KS
$800
 -  in Plainville, KS
Quarter Horse
Pistal is a 4 year old broke quarter horse gelding. He stands 16hands. He i..
Plainville, Kansas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
10
Plainville, KS
KS
$2,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Bubba is a gorgeous bay gelding. Has been shown for 7 years in open / 4- H..
Wakeeney, Kansas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Wakeeney, KS
KS
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Cowoy is a big stocky gelding. he needs a good home and someone to work on..
Mccracken, Kansas
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Mccracken, KS
KS
$900
Quarter Horse Stallion
Whiskey is an extremely intelligent, heavy - made buckskin gelding. Standin..
Victoria, Kansas
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Victoria, KS
KS
$2,200
Quarter Horse Mare
I have 4 two year old horses for sale. 3 are Registered Quarter (2 gelding..
Ogallah, Kansas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Ogallah, KS
KS
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Buddy is a 9 year old gelding. I am not sure of his b - day. He is not reg..
Ogallah, Kansas
Grulla
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Ogallah, KS
KS
$3,500
Quarter Horse Mare
CC is a smaller mare, but she has a heart of a big horse. She is easy to ca..
Ogallah, Kansas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Ogallah, KS
KS
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
This mare goes back to Jackie Bee and Two Eyed Jack. She's been ridden but ..
Hill City, Kansas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Hill City, KS
KS
$1,000
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About WaKeeney,KS

James Keeney, a land speculator in Chicago, purchased land at the site of modern-day WaKeeney from the Kansas Pacific Railway in 1877. He and business partner Albert Warren formed Warren, Keeney, & Co., surveyed and plotted the site in 1878, and established a colony there in 1879. They named the colony WaKeeney, a portmanteau of their surnames, and billed it as "The Queen City of the High Plains", advertising and holding celebrations to attract settlers. The colony grew rapidly, but crop failures drove settlers to leave in 1880 as quickly as they had come. By 1882, all that was left were "five poorly patronized retail stores".