Trail Horses for Sale near Las Vegas, NM

Post Free Ad
Advanced Search
Arabian Gelding
Perfectly finished trail horse. Real friendly and easy keeper. A good first..
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Black
Arabian
Gelding
20
Santa Fe, NM
NM
$1,000
Half Arabian Stallion
Joe is a phenomenal athlete with tremendous potential. 15. 3 blood bay ge..
Galisteo, New Mexico
Bay
Half Arabian
Stallion
-
Galisteo, NM
NM
$5,500
Arabian Mare
A fabulous, and talented broodmare, Fancy has produced beautiful offspring..
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
-
Santa Fe, NM
NM
$1,100
Warmblood Mare
This stunning, black Pintabian / Percheron cross filly is a beautiful girl..
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Black
Warmblood
Mare
-
Santa Fe, NM
NM
$1,100
Appaloosa Stallion
Friday is one of those horses that is simply a kind soul. He came to us ab..
Rowe, New Mexico
Bay
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Rowe, NM
NM
$900
Quarter Horse Mare
Dollie is a registered grulla AQHA mare. She is very gentle and sweet on ..
Pecos, New Mexico
Grulla
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Pecos, NM
NM
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Soot is a beautiful, all - black Quarter Horse gelding, bred for halter an..
Rowe, New Mexico
Black
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Rowe, NM
NM
$500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Sir is a black, 16. 2 hh Thoroughbred Gelding. An able jumper, Sir will ju..
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Black
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Santa Fe, NM
NM
$2,000
Appendix Stallion
RECENTLY REDUCED PRICE!! Red is a big beautiful boy who competed and plac..
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Chestnut
Appendix
Stallion
-
Santa Fe, NM
NM
$6,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
"Gatsby"| would be a great school horse. I would like to find a good home f..
El Rancho, New Mexico
Sorrel
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
El Rancho, NM
NM
$850
1

About Las Vegas,NM

Las Vegas was established in 1835 after a group of settlers received a land grant from the Mexican government. The town was laid out in the traditional Spanish Colonial style, with a central plaza surrounded by buildings which could serve as fortifications in case of attack. Las Vegas soon prospered as a stop on the Santa Fe Trail. During the Mexican–American War in 1846, Stephen W. Kearny delivered an address at the Plaza of Las Vegas claiming New Mexico for the United States.