Horses for Sale near Vernal, UT

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Thoroughbred Gelding
Candy's Buddy (Buddy) is an off the track racing thoroughbred with a backgr..
Rangely, Colorado
Brown
Thoroughbred
Gelding
16
Rangely, CO
CO
$1,200
Boogie
10 year old quarter horse mare for sale, had 90 days of reining training, b..
Duchesne, Utah
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
11
Duchesne, UT
UT
$2,500
Appendix Mare
This mare is bred up. Dash for cash, quincy rocket awesome bloodlines. She ..
Roosevelt, Utah
Brown
Appendix
Mare
-
Roosevelt, UT
UT
$200,000
Paint Mare
this mare has great blood lines she is broke to ride she is about 15 hands..
Duchesne, Utah
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
-
Duchesne, UT
UT
$1,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
this is a well mannered stud he is nineteen years of age he is a retired r..
Duchesne, Utah
Sorrel
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Duchesne, UT
UT
$900
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
MFTHBA (BR Sarsi's Bandit) is a Yearling Stud Colt. He Has good conformat..
Duchesne, Utah
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
-
Duchesne, UT
UT
$2,200
Quarter Horse Stallion
Malo has been racing for two years and has already won a state title and sa..
Rangely, Colorado
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Rangely, CO
CO
$8,000
Quarter Horse Mare
For SALE or TRADE . . . Dee Dee has had colts in the past and they are fant..
Duchesne, Utah
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Duchesne, UT
UT
$500
Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
This mare leads, loads, shoes, ties, barebacks, gives lessons, walks throug..
Bluebell, Utah
Gray
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Bluebell, UT
UT
$3,500
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About Vernal,UT

Vernal, unlike most Utah towns, was not settled by Mormon pioneers. Brigham Young sent a scouting party to the area Uintah Basin in 1861 and received word back the area was good for nothing but nomad purposes, hunting grounds for Indians, and "to hold the world together." That same year, President Abraham Lincoln set the area aside as the Uintah Indian Reservation, with Captain Pardon Dodds appointed Indian agent. Dodds later built the first cabin erected by a white man in the Uintah Basin around 1868. Settlers began to filter in after that, and built cabins in various spots on or near Ashley Creek. In 1879 many came close to perishing during the infamous "Hard Winter" of that same year.