Breeding Horses for Sale near Springville, UT

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SDX NYX - Mare in Genola, UT
SDX NYX
SDX NYX "NYX" is a yearling Percheron filly. Jet black with a sma..
Genola, Utah
Black
Percheron
Mare
1
Genola, UT
UT
$3,500
SDX Tiny - Stallion in Genola, UT
SDX Tiny
SDX Sound of Silence "Tiny" is a gorgeous little guy! He is a 6 m..
Genola, Utah
Black
Percheron
Stallion
0
Genola, UT
UT
$6,500
Arabian Mare
Paikea - 2005 Half Arabian / Hanoverian Mare Sweepstakes ~ Stands 16 hds. ..
Riverton, Utah
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Riverton, UT
UT
$1,500
Quarter Horse Mare
This is a 6 yr. old AQHA bred mare. Notquitealady (4287231) bred to an AQ..
Heber City, Utah
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Heber City, UT
UT
$800
Paint Mare
She has beautiful disposition and will make an excellent trail horse or bro..
Mapleton, Utah
Paint
Mare
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Mapleton, UT
UT
$2,000
Paint Mare
She is a beautiful paint mare that has foaled several healthy foals. She ha..
Mapleton, Utah
Paint
Mare
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Mapleton, UT
UT
$2,500
Canadian Mare
Proven 5 out of 5 pasture breed and foaled. Gentle affectionate mare, halt..
Salt Lake City, Utah
Canadian
Mare
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Salt Lake City, UT
UT
$700
Arabian Mare
Dahmareekha is a tall, beautiful, proven broodmare. She is by Hi - Fashion ..
Riverton, Utah
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Riverton, UT
UT
$6,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Good lookin dappled buckskin mare, we are selling her as a grade mare she i..
Lehi, Utah
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Lehi, UT
UT
$600
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About Springville,UT

Springville was first explored in 1776 by Father Silvestre VĂ©lez de Escalante, a Franciscan padre. What became Springville lay along the wagon route called the Mormon Road that Mormon pioneers and 49ers traveled through southern Utah, northern Arizona, southern Nevada and Southern California. From 1855, each winter trains of freight wagons traveled on this road across the deserts between Los Angeles and Salt Lake City until the late 1860s when the railroad arrived in Utah. Springville was settled in 1850 by eight pioneer families who crossed the plains to Salt Lake Valley from the East and were directed by Brigham Young to settle 50 miles (80 km) further south. Incorporated in February 1853, the pioneers called the city Hobble Creek because their horses were often hobbled (by loosely tying their front feet together) and left along the stream to graze in the lush grass.