Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Charleston, AR

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Paint Mare
APHA Reg. 586926. Shadey can be ridden, just started her under saddle agai..
Lincoln, Arkansas
Brown
Paint
Mare
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Lincoln, AR
AR
$900
Paint Stallion
APHA Reg. 891080. We call him Gunner, have been riding for three months no..
Lincoln, Arkansas
Palomino
Paint
Stallion
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Lincoln, AR
AR
$1,700
Quarter Horse Mare
COOL WINDY LAYNE, daughter of ABRA World Champion COOL LAYNE and grand dau..
Boles, Arkansas
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Boles, AR
AR
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
COOL MISTY LAYNE own daughter of ABRA World Champion COOL LAYNE and MS TARD..
Boles, Arkansas
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Boles, AR
AR
$7,500
Arabian Stallion
"Jag" is the grandson of Legion of Honor, U. S. National Champion, and Worl..
Alma, Arkansas
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Alma, AR
AR
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Zelda is a wonderful riding mare but needs a refresher has had some time of..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Bay Roan
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$1,400
Appendix Stallion
Im All Detail is by Last Detail, Highest Leading Hunt Seat Stallion on 2002..
Lincoln, Arkansas
Sorrel
Appendix
Stallion
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Lincoln, AR
AR
$3,600
Thoroughbred Stallion
12 year old ridden with a hackamore in westeren / english pleasure and spee..
Lincoln, Arkansas
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Lincoln, AR
AR
$900
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About Charleston,AR

Charleston was platted in 1870. In 1954, Charleston was the first school district in the former Confederate States to implement school integration in response to Brown v. Board of Education . On July 27, 1954, the school board, including President Howard Madison Orsburn, George Hairston, Archibald Schaffer, Herbert Shumate, and Homer Keith, unanimously voted to "disband the Colored School and admit the Colored children into the grade and high school when classes open for the fall semester." Accordingly, when the schools opened on August 23, 11 black children were in attendance alongside 480 whites. School Superintendent Woodie Haynes made an agreement with the local press not to cover the event, and stonewalled any outside reporters that asked questions.