Roping Horses for Sale near Payette, ID

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Quarter Horse Mare
Reba is a sorrel mare that has been used in the rodeo arena for the past 8..
Garden Valley, Idaho
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Garden Valley, ID
ID
$2,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Peppy is part of our family. We grew up learning to ride with him and he h..
Garden Valley, Idaho
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Garden Valley, ID
ID
$3,500
Paint Stallion
Kc is a gentleman, he sires foals that are big hipped, width between the c..
Middleton, Idaho
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Middleton, ID
ID
$400
Paint Stallion
Awesome friendly horse needs a home w / a job. Needs more work than I have ..
Richland, Oregon
Paint
Stallion
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Richland, OR
OR
$2,350
Quarter Horse Stallion
Coming 2 yr old by a grey own son of Two Eyed Jack and out of a Two Eyed Ja..
Nampa, Idaho
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Nampa, ID
ID
$3,000
Paint Mare
Lainey is a registered Bay Tobiano Paint. She will be a great all around ho..
Nampa, Idaho
Black Overo
Paint
Mare
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Nampa, ID
ID
$4,000
Paint Mare
Bay breedstock mare 90 days training plus 10 mos of riding in pasture, on t..
Caldwell, Idaho
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Caldwell, ID
ID
$1,500
Paint Mare
APHA Breedstock Bay mare just come home from the trainer. Has had a total o..
Caldwell, Idaho
Bay
Paint
Mare
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Caldwell, ID
ID
$1,800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Excellent muscled gelding that is well balanced throughout. JJ will be a b..
Boise, Idaho
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Boise, ID
ID
$2,000
Paint Stallion
Top notch bloodlines include: Impressive, Tardy Too, Quincy Dan, Stack Deck..
Nyssa, Oregon
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Nyssa, OR
OR
$2,500
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About Payette,ID

The settlement was originally named "Boomerang," a construction camp for the Oregon Short Line from 1882-84 at the mouth of the Payette River. Logs were floated down the river to the sawmills at the camp to produce railroad ties. After completion of the railroad, the settlement moved upstream to its present site and incorporated in 1891 as "Payette," to honor Fran├žois Payette, a French-Canadian fur trapper and one of the first white men to explore the area. He arrived in present-day Idaho from Astoria and was later the head of the Fort Boise trading post for the British Hudson's Bay Company from 1835-44. A large merry man, Payette was highly regarded for his helpful assistance to the many travelers who came through the fort.