Horses for Sale near Alpine, TX

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Paso Fino Stallion
5 year old grey Paso with gentle nature. About 40 rides, has never bucked..
Alpine, Texas
Gray
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Alpine, TX
TX
$1,500
Half Arabian Mare
Diamond is a very calm and friendly broodmare who is double registered. Sh..
Alpine, Texas
Pinto
Half Arabian
Mare
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Alpine, TX
TX
$1,000
Half Arabian Mare
This is a 50 / 50 black and white tobiano filly who is halter broke, leads..
Alpine, Texas
Pinto
Half Arabian
Mare
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Alpine, TX
TX
$700
Half Arabian Mare
This filly is a tri color tobiano who will be very tall. She is 71. 8% ar..
Alpine, Texas
Half Arabian
Mare
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Alpine, TX
TX
$600
Half Arabian Mare
Maggie is a very calm and friendly horse who has been shown in halter with..
Alpine, Texas
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Alpine, TX
TX
$1,100
Half Arabian Mare
I have 2 HALF ARABIAN PINTO Fillies for sale. One is a tri color tobiano ..
Alpine, Texas
Pinto
Half Arabian
Mare
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Alpine, TX
TX
$700
Half Arabian Mare
Love is a black and white tobiano retired show horse who is now a trail ho..
Alpine, Texas
Tobiano
Half Arabian
Mare
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Alpine, TX
TX
$2,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Troubles is a supreme speed event horse. Loves to run barrels and poles, ha..
Alpine, Texas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Alpine, TX
TX
$7,500
Half Arabian Mare
Sally has excellent ground manners, rounds by hand motions and sounds. 45 s..
Alpine, Texas
Half Arabian
Mare
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Alpine, TX
TX
$3,500
Paint Stallion
Ace is an eye catching, world class gelding. He does anything that you ask..
Alpine, Texas
Paint
Stallion
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Alpine, TX
TX
$20,000
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About Alpine,TX

The area had been a campsite for cattlemen tending their herds between 1878 and the spring of 1882, when a town of tents was created by railroad workers and their families. Because the section of the railroad was called Osborne, that was the name of the small community for a brief time. The railroad needed access to water from springs owned by brothers named Daniel and Thomas Murphy, so it entered into an agreement with the Murphys to change the name of the section and settlement to Murphyville in exchange for a contract to use the spring. In November 1883, the Murphys registered a plat for the town of Murphyville with the county clerk of Presidio County. The town's name was changed to Alpine on February 3, 1888, following a petition by its residents.