Dressage Horses for Sale near Springfield, MO

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Draft Mare
With her short back good straight legs and balanced conformation this pret..
Hartville, Missouri
Bay
Draft
Mare
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Hartville, MO
MO
$1,850
Friesian Mare
Dusty Dawn has a lovely extended trot. She is very willing and tries to pl..
Branson, Missouri
Bay
Friesian
Mare
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Branson, MO
MO
$4,000
Friesian Mare
Indigo is a beautiful, sweet and loving mare with spirit and energy. She is..
Branson, Missouri
Bay
Friesian
Mare
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Branson, MO
MO
$4,000
Friesian Stallion
Sunburst is a 3 / 4 friesian yearling. Proud, loving, brave. This guy will..
Branson, Missouri
Bay
Friesian
Stallion
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Branson, MO
MO
$3,500
Friesian Mare
Hope is 3 / 4 black friesian filly. a real sweety. Calm, loving, and happy,..
Branson, Missouri
Black
Friesian
Mare
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Branson, MO
MO
$3,500
Friesian Stallion
sunburst is a 3 / 4 friesian yearling. Proud, loving, brave. This gye will..
Branson, Missouri
Bay
Friesian
Stallion
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Branson, MO
MO
$3,500
Friesian Stallion
Moves beautifully and has a powerful neck and a lot of bone. Should mature ..
Ava, Missouri
Black
Friesian
Stallion
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Ava, MO
MO
$4,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Beautiful chestnut gelding with the brains and grace to make a super hunter..
Branson, Missouri
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Branson, MO
MO
$2,650
Thoroughbred Stallion
Hunter / Jumper that you can begin competing on now. Anyone can handle the..
Branson, Missouri
Gray
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Branson, MO
MO
$3,500
Pony Mare
Arawynn is a 2003 red dun filly registered and branded with the American Sp..
Willard, Missouri
Red Dun
Pony
Mare
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Willard, MO
MO
$1,500
Friesian Mare
Winner of the sweetheart foal of the year award. Her very large, dark brown..
Ava, Missouri
Bay
Friesian
Mare
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Ava, MO
MO
$3,000
Appaloosa Mare
She is a Wonderful Trail Riding mare and was used as a lesson horse for D..
Urbana, Missouri
Palomino
Appaloosa
Mare
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Urbana, MO
MO
$3,000
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About Springfield,MO

The origin of the city's name is unclear, but the most common view is that it was named for Springfield, Massachusetts by migrants from that area. One account holds that James Wilson, who lived in the then unnamed city, offered free whiskey to anyone who would vote for the name Springfield, after his hometown in Massachusetts. The editor of the Springfield Express, J. G. Newbill, said in the November 11, 1881 issue: "It has been stated that this city got its name from the fact of a spring and field being near by just west of town.