Horses for Sale near Watertown, SD

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Quarter Horse Stallion
Boo is a grade bay with Star and Snip. He is 1 / 4 Arab & 3 / 4 Quarter (P..
Canby, Minnesota
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Canby, MN
MN
$700
Paint Stallion
Registration with APHA - name Joe Dee Master Cheif (Jet) - Blood lines lead..
Canby, Minnesota
Paint
Stallion
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Canby, MN
MN
$900
Quarter Horse Stallion
Registration with AQHA Skippa Roman Holiday - (Diamond) has a star shaped a..
Canby, Minnesota
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Canby, MN
MN
$900
Arabian Mare
Very nice horse. Contact Charlene for more details...
Webster, South Dakota
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Webster, SD
SD
$750
Paint Stallion
"Seven" has had 6 weeks of professional (John Lyons method) training on him..
Milbank, South Dakota
Paint
Stallion
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Milbank, SD
SD
$1,000
Paint Stallion
tobiano; 50 / 50 brown & white w / black mane & tail; halter broke; registr..
Ortonville, Minnesota
Bay
Paint
Stallion
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Ortonville, MN
MN
$400
Paint Stallion
tobiano; 50 / 50 brown & white w / black mane & tail; big for age - mare 15..
Ortonville, Minnesota
Bay
Paint
Stallion
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Ortonville, MN
MN
$750
Paint Mare
tobiano; 50 / 50 brown & white; trims well;halter broke; registered..
Ortonville, Minnesota
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Ortonville, MN
MN
$850
Paint Mare
brown w / black highlights w / blaze & 2 partial socks. broodmare. halter b..
Ortonville, Minnesota
Black
Paint
Mare
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Ortonville, MN
MN
$700
Quarter Horse Stallion
Al is a beautiful red roan gelding with AQHA points earned in youth and nov..
Milbank, South Dakota
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Milbank, SD
SD
$7,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Buck" is a friendly, indpendent little guy but he's a real "looker". He i..
Bellingham, Minnesota
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bellingham, MN
MN
$1,200

About Watertown,SD

Watertown was founded in 1879 as a rail terminus when the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad reactivated part of a line it had constructed to Lake Kampeska. Despite the prominence of rivers and lakes in the area, the city was named after Watertown, New York, the hometown of brothers John E. Kemp and Oscar P. Kemp, two of the city's founders. The town's name was originally planned to be named Kampeska.