Roping Horses for Sale near Atchison, KS

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Quarter Horse Stallion
AQHA / PHBA 16H Palomino stallion. Own son of Hillbilly Reward - 1993 ICR..
Agency, Missouri
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Agency, MO
MO
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
Very friendly! Follows you around in the pasture! Loves attention. Very ea..
Cameron, Missouri
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cameron, MO
MO
$300
Quarter Horse Mare
2007 Sorrel Filly. Her sire is a son of Double R Doc, NCHA money earner o..
Cameron, Missouri
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cameron, MO
MO
$400
Quarter Horse Stallion
2007 Sorrel Filly. Her sire is a son of Double R Doc, NCHA money earner o..
Cameron, Missouri
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Cameron, MO
MO
$1,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
93. 75% foundation bred King & Hancock. A very versatile and athletic stal..
Mound City, Missouri
Black
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Mound City, MO
MO
$400
Quarter Horse Stallion
Pepi - Leo - Jim is an athletic seven year old gelding that has Leo on his ..
Leavenworth, Kansas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Leavenworth, KS
KS
$2,000
Mustang Stallion
Slacker is anything but! His name came from his calm attitude about everyt..
Kansas City, Missouri
Red Dun
Mustang
Stallion
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Kansas City, MO
MO
$5,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Jim is a big stout gelding looking for a job. Has 90 days of professional r..
Leavenworth, Kansas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Leavenworth, KS
KS
$2,500
Paint Mare
Nice Yearling out of a grandson of Docs Lynx and Doc Tari and a nice kid br..
Eudora, Kansas
Paint
Mare
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Eudora, KS
KS
$750
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About Atchison,KS

Atchison was founded in 1854 and named in honor of Missouri senator David Rice Atchison, who, when Kansas was opened for settlement, interested some of his friends in the scheme of forming a city in the new territory. Senator Atchison was interested in ensuring that the population of the new Kansas Territory would be majority pro-slavery, as he had been a prominent promoter of both slavery and the idea of popular sovereignty over the issue in the new lands. However, it seems that all were not agreed upon the location he had selected, and on July 20, 1854, Dr. John H. Stringfellow, Ira Norris, Leonidas Oldham, James B.