Quarter Horses for Sale near De Smet, SD

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Yoyo - Gelding in Huron, SD
Yoyo
Blackburn Dee Bars, aka Yoyo used for ranch and feedlot work until 4 years ..
Huron, South Dakota
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Gelding
11
Huron, SD
SD
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 - Gelding in Brookings, SD
Quarter Horse Gelding
Cats Dual Jazz aka Jazz is a special horse that can please anyone. He has ..
Brookings, South Dakota
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Gelding
14
Brookings, SD
SD
$15,000
Quarter Horse Mare
3 yr 15H old pleasure & running bred filly with several rides. Definite br..
Toronto, South Dakota
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Toronto, SD
SD
$1,250
Quarter Horse Stallion
Well started and riding great! Very smooth and quick. Lots of speed. Quiet ..
Watertown, South Dakota
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Watertown, SD
SD
$3,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Walker is an unregistered show horse. he has been trained so many differe..
Volga, South Dakota
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Volga, SD
SD
Contact
Quarter Horse Stallion
Doc is a gorgeous 9 yr. old quarter horse / morgan cross. Doc has done many..
Woonsocket, South Dakota
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Woonsocket, SD
SD
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Abby is a 3 yr old quarter / mustang mix, but don't let that fool ya. She's..
Madison, South Dakota
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Madison, SD
SD
$800
Quarter Horse Mare
3 year old Absolute Investment filly out of a Good Asset mare. This filly i..
Letcher, South Dakota
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Letcher, SD
SD
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
SDQHA High Point 3 yo Open and Amateur Halter Stallion, 2002 Iowa Futurity ..
Winfred, South Dakota
Red Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Winfred, SD
SD
$500
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About De Smet,SD

Located in the area of South Dakota known as "East River" (east of the Missouri River, which diagonally divides the state), De Smet was platted by European Americans in 1880. It was named for Belgian Father Pierre De Smet, a 19th-century Jesuit missionary who worked with Native Americans in the United States and its territories for most of his life. In the mid 1880s, prairie fires and failures of crops after a three-year period of drought caused many settlers to relocate their farms and homesteads to easier areas. By 1917, De Smet was a cow town, with many trains passing through every day carrying cattle to market. The Charles Ingalls family, originally of Wisconsin, arrived in De Smet in 1879.