Quarter Horses for Sale near Littlefield, TX

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Red Roan yearling stallion by Looking For Chicks out of the Heza Fast Man ..
Slaton, Texas
Red Roan
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Slaton, TX
TX
$5,000
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We are excited to be bringing Jacspin to Texas! This gorgeous stallion won..
Dimmitt, Texas
Red Dun
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Dimmitt, TX
TX
$750
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BIG GENTLE GIANT THAT NEEDS A SHOW HOME. leads loads stands for farrier an..
Lubbock, Texas
Sorrel
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Lubbock, TX
TX
$3,500
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AQHA registered geldings, colts & fillies for sale: 2 year olds ridden / s..
Lubbock, Texas
Other
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Lubbock, TX
TX
$2,500
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Sire is Dudes Caddilac Style out of Davenport Dude by Blondy's Dude. The Da..
Wolfforth, Texas
Sorrel
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Wolfforth, TX
TX
$1,100
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Very sweet ex - racehorse. Appendix Quarter Horse. Needs an experienced r..
Lubbock, Texas
Sorrel
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Lubbock, TX
TX
$2,000
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About Littlefield,TX

Littlefield is named for George Washington Littlefield (1842–1920), a Mississippi native, Confederate officer, cattleman, banker, and benefactor of the University of Texas at Austin. In July 1901, Littlefield purchased the southern, or Yellow Houses, division of the XIT Ranch, forming the Yellow House Ranch. At that time, the ranch covered 312,175 acres (126,333 ha) in Lamb, Hockley, Bailey, and Cochran Counties. In 1912, when surveys showed that a new rail line from Coleman, Texas, to Texico, New Mexico, would pass through his property, Littlefield formed the Littlefield Lands Company to sell the northeastern corner of the Yellow House Ranch, a total of 79,040 acres (31,990 ha), to settlers and to establish the town of Littlefield in Lamb County. Littlefield became a stop on the Panhandle and Santa Fe Railway in 1913.