Dressage Horses for Sale near Jacksboro, TX

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Holsteiner Mare
She has come out of training. Great under saddle no buck, very quiet, ready..
Boyd, Texas
Gray
Holsteiner
Mare
12
Boyd, TX
TX
$12,000
Friesian Stallion
$550 Summer Stud Fee Special for Stud Fees purchased in June through Augus..
Weatherford, Texas
Black
Friesian
Stallion
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Weatherford, TX
TX
$550
Friesian Stallion
*Summer Stud Fee Special of $550 for all Stud Fees purchased in June throu..
Weatherford, Texas
Black
Friesian
Stallion
-
Weatherford, TX
TX
$550
Andalusian Mare
Registered and purebred Andalusian mare. We are moving and must sell her! ..
Henrietta, Texas
Gray
Andalusian
Mare
-
Henrietta, TX
TX
$4,500
Quarter Pony Stallion
A great 4 year old. Has a good temper, but need a more advanced rider. I h..
Springtown, Texas
Bay
Quarter Pony
Stallion
-
Springtown, TX
TX
$700
Paint Stallion
TO GOOD HOME ONLY! Lance is such a personable guy, follows you everywhere. ..
Azle, Texas
Paint
Stallion
-
Azle, TX
TX
$5,000
Half Arabian Mare
Lady Spitfife Quaarb Sire is Quarab and dam Arabian. Lady is ready to do ..
Weatherford, Texas
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Mare
-
Weatherford, TX
TX
$1,000
Half Arabian Stallion
Fayeks Morning Son (Ibn) has had six months training, great working attitud..
Weatherford, Texas
Gray
Half Arabian
Stallion
-
Weatherford, TX
TX
$2,000
Paint Stallion
DIAMOND TE DUN IT, 5 year old Paint / Pinto gelding, 16. 1 hands. 2002 Intr..
Millsap, Texas
Tobiano
Paint
Stallion
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Millsap, TX
TX
Contact
Connemara Pony Stallion
Silver Fox Keegan O'Reilly mirrors the classic breed standard. Sturdy, deep..
Springtown, Texas
Gray
Connemara Pony
Stallion
-
Springtown, TX
TX
Contact
American Warmblood Stallion
H. Q. OutRigger is registered AMerican Warmblood Society and is Internation..
Springtown, Texas
Bay
American Warmblood
Stallion
-
Springtown, TX
TX
$750
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About Jacksboro,TX

Jacksboro was first settled in the 1850s, with newcomers attracted by land offers from the Texas Emigration and Land Office. Originally called "Mesquiteville", the community grew up along the banks of Lost Creek and spread out over the pastureland between Lost Creek and the waters of the West Fork of Keechi Creek. It was renamed "Jacksboro" in 1858 when it became the county seat, in honor of brothers William and Patrick Jack, veterans of the Texas Revolution. Regular postal service began in 1859. The county was one of the few in Texas to vote against secession before the Civil War.