Quarter Horses for Sale near Columbus, MS

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Spirit
Beautiful, spirited mare. Loves to run. Not recommended for inexperienced r..
Columbus, Mississippi
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
6
Columbus, MS
MS
$400
Quarter Horse Mare
5 Year old bay quarter horse mare. This is a great trail horse for anyone...
Smithville, Mississippi
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Smithville, MS
MS
$900
Quarter Horse Stallion
If you are looking for a Great halter horse. Look NO further. He has been ..
Coker, Alabama
Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Coker, AL
AL
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
very gentle and loving horse broke to ride just started training is a grea..
Pheba, Mississippi
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Pheba, MS
MS
$3,600
Quarter Horse Mare
Really stacked quarter horse mare with great boodlines. Easy going crosse..
Columbus, Mississippi
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Columbus, MS
MS
$800
Quarter Horse Mare
Honey is an amazing horse. She's a quick learner and gives everything she ..
Aberdeen, Mississippi
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Aberdeen, MS
MS
$2,900
Quarter Horse Mare
Daughter of Shy Prescription, had cutting training from 3. 5 years to 4. 5..
Starkville, Mississippi
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Starkville, MS
MS
$4,300
Quarter Horse Mare
Qtr / Saddle horse bay mare. Green broke but needs exp rider. Gentle and ca..
Hamilton, Mississippi
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Hamilton, MS
MS
$500
Quarter Horse Stallion
He is a beautiful all around horse that has had a lot of hauling experience..
Starkville, Mississippi
Brown
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Starkville, MS
MS
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Colt ready to start. Great disposition, great pedigree, great looker. Just ..
Starkville, Mississippi
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Starkville, MS
MS
$1,200
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About Columbus,MS

The first record of the site of Columbus in Western history is found in the annals of the explorer Hernando de Soto, who is reputed to have crossed the nearby Tombigbee River on his search for El Dorado. However, the site does not enter the main continuity of United States history until December 1810, when John Pitchlynn, the U.S. Indian agent and interpreter for the Choctaw Nation, moved to Plymouth Bluff, where he built a home, established a farm, and transacted Choctaw Agency business. After the Battle of New Orleans, Andrew Jackson recognized the urgent need for roads to connect New Orleans to the rest of the country. In 1817 Jackson ordered a road be built to provide a direct route from Nashville to New Orleans.