English Pleasure Horses for Sale near Jacksboro, TX

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Quarter Horse Mare
Western Pleasure Prospect Palomino AQHA Filly. Entire HERD MUST GO, Pics A..
Henrietta, Texas
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Henrietta, TX
TX
$1,250
Pinto Stallion
JJ is an incredible yearling, doesn~t spook at anything, knows how to ~shak..
Henrietta, Texas
Pinto
Stallion
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Henrietta, TX
TX
$2,500
Paint Mare
WOW!! Flashy, awesome Mare, Wonderful Build. Pics avail. Bloodlines to Eas..
Henrietta, Texas
Paint
Mare
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Henrietta, TX
TX
$2,500
Paint Mare
Beautiful BS Sorrel Paint. Great Build, . Pics Avail. Bloodlines go to Top..
Henrietta, Texas
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Henrietta, TX
TX
$1,250
Appendix Stallion
Partner has had formal training as a Hunter / Jumper. His previous owners ..
Henrietta, Texas
Chestnut
Appendix
Stallion
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Henrietta, TX
TX
$1,700
Pinto Stallion
Flashy Pintabian Gelding, Great Form & Mind. Pics avail. Scouty has Flash,..
Henrietta, Texas
Black Overo
Pinto
Stallion
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Henrietta, TX
TX
$1,500
Morab Mare
Jazz is for a experiance rider, she does not buck or bite, Jazz will only l..
Weatherford, Texas
Bay
Morab
Mare
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Weatherford, TX
TX
$1,000
Paint Stallion
~Frito~ has a huge heart and wants to please. He is Chestnut and White. He ..
Springtown, Texas
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Springtown, TX
TX
$2,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Here's a real sweetie for you! This horse really could do anything from tra..
Weatherford, Texas
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Weatherford, TX
TX
$1,800
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
Saddlebred Stallion
*Color Town Key Largo x Commander's Royal Jewel Chestnut and White Pinto Sa..
Weatherford, Texas
Pinto
Saddlebred
Stallion
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Weatherford, TX
TX
$950
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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.