Thoroughbred Horses for Sale near Atchison, KS

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"Frankie" Zombo - Gelding in Kansas City, MO
"Frankie" Zombo
Kindhearted, 16.1h, 4 year old gelding ISO someone to finish his training o..
Kansas City, Missouri
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
5
Kansas City, MO
MO
$4,000
 - Mare in Kansas City, MO
Thoroughbred Mare
"Cover Girl" Aka Maybelline is a well - built 16. 1 hand 10 year old Thoro..
Kansas City, Missouri
Gray
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Kansas City, MO
MO
$4,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Very nice 7 yr old TB gelding. This horse could excel at whatever your dis..
Smithville, Missouri
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Smithville, MO
MO
$4,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Here is a great Barrel Horse with a ton of speed on her. She has won sever..
Topeka, Kansas
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Topeka, KS
KS
$850
Thoroughbred Mare
Athletic, Brave, Scopey and Honest! She will jump the moon for you. Great..
Topeka, Kansas
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Topeka, KS
KS
$8,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Athletic. Great Gaits! Proven over 4 ft. . can jump higher. Amazing prospe..
Topeka, Kansas
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Topeka, KS
KS
$14,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Pretty girl and extremely smart! Learns quickly. Super Athletic. She would..
Topeka, Kansas
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Topeka, KS
KS
$26,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Salome is a bright bay, unregistered, thoroughbred filly that is 2 ~ years ..
Platte City, Missouri
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Platte City, MO
MO
$1,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Has had one foal slipped another. She is dead quiet / calm. Foal was sold ..
Olathe, Kansas
Black
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Olathe, KS
KS
$1,500
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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.