Roping Horses for Sale near Keizer, OR

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Believe My Chex - Mare in Willamina, OR
Believe My Chex
"Believe My Chex Comin" Hope is a yearling APHA filly that is hal..
Willamina, Oregon
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
2
Willamina, OR
OR
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Ground work done, started under saddle. Had a rider on but not riding yet...
Portland, Oregon
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Portland, OR
OR
$1,200
Quarter Horse Mare
This fancy filly too cute; she loads, can put blanket on her, she comes wh..
Sweet Home, Oregon
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Sweet Home, OR
OR
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
This nice AQHA gelding has 60 days under saddle and has NO spook or buck. ..
Molalla, Oregon
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Molalla, OR
OR
$3,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Ghost was a professional roping horse for the majority of his life. Has do..
Sandy, Oregon
Brown
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Sandy, OR
OR
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Kate is a registered Quarter Horse out of Hobby Horse and Threebars. She is..
Estacada, Oregon
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Estacada, OR
OR
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
"Kate" is a registered Quarter Horse mare. She is jet black and a gorgeous ..
Estacada, Oregon
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Estacada, OR
OR
$3,200
Mustang Stallion
Nevada is a 7 year old gelding from the BLM mustang herds. He is broke to r..
Estacada, Oregon
Mustang
Stallion
-
Estacada, OR
OR
$1,100
Quarter Horse Stallion
Junior is a 4 year old gelding. He is an unregistered Quarter Horse but has..
Estacada, Oregon
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Estacada, OR
OR
$800
Quarter Horse Mare
Linda is a beautiful started barrel horse with lots of potential. She has h..
Amity, Oregon
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Amity, OR
OR
$4,000
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About Keizer,OR

The original settlement was at Keizer Bottom, near the banks of the Willamette River. The community was named after Thomas Dove Keizur, one of its first settlers. Somewhere in the translation of donation land claim records, his name was misspelled. The settlement suffered in the flood of 1861, and the inhabitants rebuilt their homes on higher ground. Further floods in 1943, 1945, 1946 and 1948 hampered the growth of the community, and it was not until dams were built in the 1950s to regulate the flow of the Willamette that Keizer began to flourish.