Jumping Horses for Sale near Jerseyville, IL

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 - Gelding in Lake Saint Louis, MO
Other Gelding
MUST GO! Better Than A Bentley is a 5 year old, 15h big bodied Welsh/TB cro..
Lake Saint Louis, Missouri
Bay
Other
Gelding
10
Lake Saint Louis, MO
MO
$9,500
 - Stallion in Saint Jacob, IL
Paint Stallion
The Big Boom Theory (Boomer) is an 11 year old registered Paint gelding. H..
Saint Jacob, Illinois
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Saint Jacob, IL
IL
$7,500
Bashkir Curly Mare
Sassy is a wonderful Mustang / Curly mare for intermitiate youth / adult r..
Highland, Illinois
Grulla
Bashkir Curly
Mare
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Highland, IL
IL
$3,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Jet is a 14. 2 bay quarter horse. He has been shown in the hunter / jumper..
Wildwood, Missouri
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Wildwood, MO
MO
$11,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Beautiful thoroghbred gelding, 17 hh, 14 yrs, shown 3'3 hunters & jumpers, ..
Wildwood, Missouri
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Wildwood, MO
MO
$10,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
"Fab" is a 16. 2 hh, 4 year old Thoroughbred gelding. He is very quiet and..
Millstadt, Illinois
Bay Roan
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Millstadt, IL
IL
$3,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Stunningly athletic, brave, sane and sound TB event / dressage / jumper . ..
Millstadt, Illinois
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Millstadt, IL
IL
$6,000
Appendix Mare
AQHA appendix mare, 16 yrs 15. 1 hh nice mover, very athletic, sound health..
New Melle, Missouri
Bay
Appendix
Mare
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New Melle, MO
MO
$2,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Just starting her life as a Sport Horse after leaving a successful life (& ..
Collinsville, Illinois
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Collinsville, IL
IL
$3,000
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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.