Jumping Horses for Sale near Sugar City, ID

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Thoroughbred - Horse for Sale in Idaho Falls, ID 83404
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
Appaloosa - Horse for Sale in Idaho Falls, ID 83404
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
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
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
Miniature Mare
Crystal is an excellent driving mare if you are looking for something to st..
Rexburg, Idaho
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
-
Rexburg, ID
ID
$2,000
Miniature Stallion
Mikie is a 28 inch, chestnut and white pinto yearling gelding. He has an ex..
Rexburg, Idaho
Pinto
Miniature
Stallion
-
Rexburg, ID
ID
$1,000
Miniature Stallion
Cisco is an beautiful sorrel and white pinto and is an asset to anyones bre..
Rexburg, Idaho
Sorrel
Miniature
Stallion
-
Rexburg, ID
ID
$350
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About Sugar City, ID

Sugar City was a company town for the Fremont County Sugar Company, which was part of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, supporting a sugar beet processing factory built in 1903-1904. Since it was created to support the factory, construction workers and early factory families were housed in tents, leading to the nickname "Rag Town". By 1904, the town consisted of 35 houses, two stores, a hotel, an opera house, several boarding houses, two lumber yards, a meat market, and a schoolhouse. The first Mormon ward was the Sugar City Ward, with Bishop Mark Austin. One of his counselors was James Malone, a construction engineer for E.