Jumping Horses for Sale near Pocatello, ID

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 - Gelding in Pocatello, ID
Thoroughbred Gelding
Peter Parker is an experienced jumper with lots of show mileage. He's jumpe..
Pocatello, Idaho
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Gelding
23
Pocatello, ID
ID
$4,000
 - Gelding in Idaho Falls, ID
Thoroughbred Gelding
Big Red is ready to bring along a new rider. Red is a 17hh 2003 bay TB Geld..
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
19
Idaho Falls, ID
ID
$8,900
 - Mare in Pocatello, ID
Oldenburg Mare
Unregistered, unable to verify Dam's bloodline. 15.2 hand Bay with gorgeous..
Pocatello, Idaho
Bay
Oldenburg
Mare
17
Pocatello, ID
ID
$2,000
 - Gelding in Idaho Falls, ID
Appaloosa Gelding
Raspberry is for sale i cant believe it! Razz is a gorgeous breathtaking 19..
Idaho Falls, Idaho
White
Appaloosa
Gelding
26
Idaho Falls, ID
ID
$3,400
Quarter Horse Mare
She likes men best, she is big and quick, my neighbor has ridden her roun..
American Falls, Idaho
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
American Falls, ID
ID
$5,000
Pinto Mare
This is a quiet willing mare with a wonderful mind. She is ready to win a..
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Pinto
Mare
-
Idaho Falls, ID
ID
$4,500
Appaloosa Mare
Mahris. Registered Appaloosa Mare (No Spots) . She has been my best friend ..
Inkom, Idaho
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Inkom, ID
ID
$3,000
Paint Stallion
Registered paint gelding. Large, quiet, and well - broke. Has had some ju..
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Paint
Stallion
-
Idaho Falls, ID
ID
$3,000
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About Pocatello,ID

Shoshone and Bannock Indian tribes inhabited southeastern Idaho for hundreds of years before the trek by Lewis and Clark across Idaho in 1805. Their reports of the many riches of the region attracted fur trappers and traders to southeastern Idaho. The city is named after Chief Pocatello, a 19th century Shoshone leader. Nathaniel Wyeth of Massachusetts established one of the first permanent settlements at Fort Hall in 1834, which is only a few miles northeast of Pocatello. When over-trapping and a shift in fashion to silk hats put an end to the fur trade, Fort Hall became a supply point for immigrants traveling the Oregon Trail.