Quarter Horses for Sale near Jenkins, KY

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PETES CODY ZAN - Stallion in Mendota, VA
Petes Cody ZAN
- STUD HORSE FOR SALE - This horse belonged to my late grandfather, and I'm..
Mendota, Virginia
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Mendota, VA
VA
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Nice bay quarter horse, started under saddle nicely, riding 30 days doing ..
Jonesville, Virginia
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Jonesville, VA
VA
$700
Quarter Horse Mare
Barbie is a home raised palomino mare, she has been rode on trail rides an..
Gate City, Virginia
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Gate City, VA
VA
$2,300
Quarter Horse Stallion
Own son of Reminic, has been shown, point earner. Great Ride!Big and Beaut..
Duffield, Virginia
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Duffield, VA
VA
$8,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Uno's Little Star is by Uno Rooster who has earned $20, 240. 00 in NCHA / ..
Lebanon, Virginia
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Lebanon, VA
VA
$8,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Skips Easy Whisper, AQHQ reg#4437178, Whisper is a very fluid mover, she ha..
Bristol, Tennessee
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bristol, TN
TN
$5,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Superstition, a. k. a Coz, is a beautiful hunter / jumper gelding. He is 16..
Kingsport, Tennessee
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Kingsport, TN
TN
$6,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Loads well. Need to sale no longer have have time. Has ran barrels for 2 ye..
Pennington Gap, Virginia
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Pennington Gap, VA
VA
$600
Quarter Horse Stallion
"HIGH CLASS STYLE" (Pending) - Sire: FDS MAJOR CASMIRE (2X World Champion) ..
Blountville, Tennessee
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Blountville, TN
TN
$4,000
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About Jenkins,KY

In autumn of 1911, the Consolidation Coal Company purchased the current location of Jenkins as part of a 100,000-acre tract of land in Pike, Letcher and Floyd counties from the Northern Coal and Coke Company. After the acquisition was finalized, plans were made to extend the Lexington and Eastern Railroad from Jackson to a town named McRoberts. The plans also included the establishment of the town of Jenkins for George C. Jenkins, one of the Consolidation Coal Company's directors. Because of the need of hundreds of homes and other structures, nine sawmills and two brickyards were erected.