Horses for Sale near Santaquin, UT

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Morgan Gelding for Sale in Spanish Fork, Utah
Jaggers
JAGGERS IS SOLD. We sell 1-3 horses each year trained just like him. Contac..
Spanish Fork, Utah
Palomino
Morgan
Gelding
11
Spanish Fork, UT
UT
Sold
Pony Mare for Sale in Lindon, Utah
Pony Mare
Bella is 13 hands, about 12 years old, black with 3 white socks. She was o..
Lindon, Utah
Black
Pony
Mare
16
Lindon, UT
UT
$3,500
Arabian Mare for Sale in Alpine, Utah
Arabian Mare
Offering WN Jaylo for your consideration! Out of Wayne Newton's breeding pr..
Alpine, Utah
Gray
Arabian
Mare
13
Alpine, UT
UT
$5,000
Arabian Mare for Sale in Alpine, Utah
Arabian Mare
Offering WN Feather Design for your consideration! Out of Wayne Newton's br..
Alpine, Utah
Gray
Arabian
Mare
21
Alpine, UT
UT
$1,000
Arabian Mare for Sale in Alpine, Utah
Arabian Mare
Offering WN Stars Angel for your consideration! Out of Wayne Newton's breed..
Alpine, Utah
Gray
Arabian
Mare
14
Alpine, UT
UT
$5,000
Arabian Stallion for Sale in Alpine, Utah
Arabian Stallion
Offering Justice Hope for your consideration! Out of Wayne Newton's breedin..
Alpine, Utah
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
5
Alpine, UT
UT
$6,500
Appaloosa Gelding for Sale in Sandy, Utah
Appaloosa Gelding
This horse does it ALL!! Max is a fancy and proficient dressage horse, comp..
Sandy, Utah
White
Appaloosa
Gelding
12
Sandy, UT
UT
$8,500
Paso Fino Mare for Sale in Sandy, Utah
Paso Fino Mare
Super Sweet Mare named Maserati. Still green, and quite hot. Has never buck..
Sandy, Utah
Paso Fino
Mare
-
Sandy, UT
UT
$800
Chester
Looking for the ultimate trail partner? Chester is a coming 4 year old Curl..
Spanish Fork, Utah
Sorrel
Missouri Fox Trotter
Gelding
5
Spanish Fork, UT
UT
$1
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About Santaquin,UT

Santaquin, one of the early settlements along the Salt Lake Road, was originally settled in late 1851. It was originally named Summit City because of its location near the summit of the divide between Utah Valley and Juab Valley. Summit City was settled by pioneers who were helping settle nearby Payson to the north. In 1856 it was renamed "Santaquin" for the son of Guffich, a local native chieftain friendly to the settlers. Santaquin incorporated as a town in the 1890s and changed to a city effective January 4, 1932.