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Appendix Mare for Sale in Jackson, MO
My Quixote Jack introduces his beautiful bays. He has 2 fillies currently. One is a yearling and the other a weanling. Full sisters. Both are Registered AQHA IF. Jack is registered AQHA IF, PHBA, and FQHR. 98% foundation bred he holds a performance ROM and is a World champion dally team roping horse in both heading and heeling. These featured fillies are not just pretty but talented, and they are waiting for you. For more info, contact us by phone. Owners: Darrell and Ruth Schuette 573- 243-5***6 or Trainer:
About Jackson, MO
In 1813, Cape Girardeau County succeeded Cape Girardeau District, and the Court of Common Pleas and the Court of General Quarter-Sessions of the Peace in Cape Girardeau were superseded by the Court of Common Pleas, leading to a new seat of justice. The seat of the county and the courts were at first held on the plantation of Thomas Bull about one and one-half mile south of present-day Jackson. Land was then purchased along Hubble Creek for the county seat in 1814. The first post office was established in 1814 when the area was called Birdstown. The name was changed to Jackson on August 31, 1819, named for Andrew Jackson, a general popular for his role in the War of 1812.