421 Appaloosa Horses for Sale in United States

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price: $4,500

Arrow Handsome Appaloosa Gelding

This Bald Faced Blue eyed Beauty is up for sale. BROKE. Intermediate rider. Saddles good. Nice for the farrier. Easy to Load. Trail horse. He rides on roads. You can take this guy anywhere. He will... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Batesville, AR, United States

price: $2,600

Look at me Black Leopard colt

KC is the 1st colt of our foaling season at Palisades Appaloosas. Already he is very outgoing and interested in people as well as energetic and curious about the world. He was born February 27th an... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Lancaster, KY, United States

price: $2,500


She will need. Work on her . She is young mare . She do have registered paper Appaloosa I start work with her . Did groundwork on her . she did have a saddle on her . . She did not rear up . She di... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Gettysburg, PA, United States


price: $5,500

Foundation Ulrich bred Appaloosa bay gelding

90% Foundation bred Appaloosa, Stunning bay with blanket, two year. old, 97 % Ulrich bred, Double registered Aphc and Sundance 500 Int. with an awesome temperment. A True beauty ready to go your wa... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Horseclicks

Umatilla, FL, United States

price: $5,000

Beatiful 8Appaloosa Gelding ready time go any direction you want

Logan is a lovely and adorable boy. Hes eight and still a little green but ready to be finished however you want. Hes mostly been ridden around fields but did nice on his 1st trail ride. He will co... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Doswell, VA, United States

price: $1,500

Super Sweet green broke Appaloosa Gelding

Jack will be five this year and just spent 60 days getting started with a professional trainer. Started western but could go any direction. He is more woah than go but needs someone experienced wit... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Doswell, VA, United States

price: $5,500

Reg Appaloosa Gelding

Reg. 6 yr old Appaloosa Gelding. sixteen hands tall. Side passes. Neck reins and slow cantors on a figure 8. Can turn any direction with just foot pressure without the reins. 5500. SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Monticello, KY, United States


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Adopt Elise a Appy Appaloosa horse in Cumming, GA (27898224)

Elsie is a former trail horse and has a very cute disposition. She has the frizziest fiery-red forelock. The dynamics of Elsie’s family changed and, sadly she was no longer getting the care she nee... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Adopt-a-Pet.com

Cumming, GA, United States


price: $2,500

Very loveable Appaloosa young mare

She will need. Work on her . She is young mare . I start work with her . Did groundwork on her . she did have a saddle on her . . She did not rear up . She did not buck when I put saddle on her . .... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Horseclicks

Gettysburg, PA, United States


price: $2,500

Detail This- Near Leopard Appaloosa colt

DETAIL THIS is an APHC registered Appaloosa Stud colt born March 15th 2019. He is out of DETAILED BY CHIP, a 15hh black mare and By DREA BLUHAWKS IMNAHA, a 15.1 hh few spot stud. He is phenomenally... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Horseclicks

Bemidji, MN, United States

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The Appaloosa is a horse breed best known for its colorful leopard-spotted coat pattern. There is a wide range of body types within the breed, stemming from the influence of multiple breeds of horses throughout its history. Each horse's color pattern is genetically the result of various spotting patterns overlaid on top of one of several recognized base coat colors. The color pattern of the Appaloosa is of great interest to those who study equine coat color genetics, as it and several other physical characteristics are linked to the leopard complex mutation (LP). Appaloosas are prone to develop equine recurrent uveitis and congenital stationary night blindness; the latter has been linked to the leopard complex.

Artwork depicting domesticated horses with leopard spotting patterns exists from Ancient Greece through the Early modern period; the Nez Perce people of the United States Pacific Northwest developed the original American breed. Appaloosas were once referred to by settlers as the "Palouse horse", possibly after the Palouse River, which ran through the heart of Nez Perce country. Gradually, the name evolved into "Appaloosa". The Nez Perce lost most of their horses after the Nez Perce War in 1877, and the breed fell into decline for several decades. A small number of dedicated breeders preserved the Appaloosa as a distinct breed until the Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) was formed as the breed registry in 1938. The modern breed maintains bloodlines tracing to the foundation bloodstock of the registry, and has a partially open stud book that allows addition of some Thoroughbred, American Quarter Horse and Arabian blood.

Today the Appaloosa is one of the most popular breeds in the United States; it was named the official state horse of Idaho in 1975. It is best known as a stock horse used in a number of western riding disciplines, but is also a versatile breed with representatives seen in many other types of equestrian activity. Appaloosas have

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