Halter Horses for Sale near Jerseyville, IL

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Amin Aljassimya - Stallion in Saint Louis, MO
Amin Aljassimya
Scottsdale Champion, purely straight Egyptian peak pedigree , 3 Years, Gray..
Saint Louis, Missouri
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
4
Saint Louis, MO
MO
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Sabha Alrammaha - Mare in Saint Louis, MO
Sabha Alrammaha
Sabha is a sweet 2 year old mare. This beautiful mare is the perfect combin..
Saint Louis, Missouri
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
3
Saint Louis, MO
MO
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Half Arabian Stallion
my lil sultin , need someone that knows what they are doing with him , he..
Lebanon, Illinois
Gray
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Lebanon, IL
IL
$250
Quarter Horse Mare
15 yr Palomino mare triple registered with AQHA, PHBA, and ARHA. Blondy's ..
Hawk Point, Missouri
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Hawk Point, MO
MO
$2,000
Paint Stallion
Harvey is a huge stud colt that will make it in the halter ring. He is she..
Pleasant Hill, Illinois
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Pleasant Hill, IL
IL
$1,250
Mustang Mare
I have a tri - colored paint yearling filly for sale. She is halter broke a..
Franklin, Illinois
Mustang
Mare
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Franklin, IL
IL
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Morgan Stallion
MVF Medicine Man a handsome Black / chestnut, standing 15. 1h "Doc" has som..
Hawk Point, Missouri
Morgan
Stallion
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Hawk Point, MO
MO
$950
Morgan Stallion
Chi - Town Coco Cabana Gold is a beautiful dapple smokey palomino w / silve..
Hawk Point, Missouri
Palomino
Morgan
Stallion
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Hawk Point, MO
MO
$550
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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.