All-Around Horses for Sale near Jerseyville, IL

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Rosi - Mare in Saint Charles, MO
Rosi
Rosi is a 5 year old appendix/QH mare, granddaughter of boonlight dancer. S..
Saint Charles, Missouri
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Saint Charles, MO
MO
$4,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Lilly is extremely talented. Beautiful mover and fantastic flying lead cha..
Waggoner, Illinois
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Waggoner, IL
IL
$12,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Juno is a horse that commands attention. She has it all: size, movement, l..
Waggoner, Illinois
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Waggoner, IL
IL
$10,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Fancy Is a Bay Overo Paint with 2 Blue eyes. She is in Foal and Due next Ma..
Warrenton, Missouri
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Warrenton, MO
MO
$4,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Beautiful 3 yr. old dun mare w / dorsal stripe, black points, leg barring. ..
Pittsfield, Illinois
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Pittsfield, IL
IL
$3,500
Percheron Stallion
Has done everything. Rides and drives. Better mover than most light horses..
New Melle, Missouri
Black
Percheron
Stallion
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New Melle, MO
MO
$10,000
Paint Stallion
Dice is a very sweet and pretty black and white paint colt, he is almost 6 ..
Pacific, Missouri
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Pacific, MO
MO
$500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Doesn't need to live at the trainer!!! Great horse, 100% sound. AQHA Point..
Wentzville, Missouri
Black
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Wentzville, MO
MO
$7,500
Appaloosa Mare
Kyloe Quest "Dakota" is a great little yearling. Very sweet and great color..
Foristell, Missouri
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Mare
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Foristell, MO
MO
$750
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About Jerseyville,IL

In 1827, James Faulkner, a Pennsylvania native, and his family built a small framed structure that was named the "Little Red House," in the area that is now known as Jerseyville. The "Little Red House" served as the first stagecoach station, first tavern, first school, and first bank in the immediate area. By 1834, the small settlement that grew up around Faulkner's home, then known as Hickory Grove by its residents, was surveyed and platted by two immigrants from New Jersey, John Lott and Edward M. Daly. Lott and Daly's involvement marked the beginning of a proportionally large number of merchants, businessmen and settlers from New Jersey.