Jumping Horses for Sale near Springville, UT

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 - Mare in Lindon, UT
Pony Mare
Bella is 13 hands, about 12 years old, black with 3 white socks. She was o..
Lindon, Utah
Black
Pony
Mare
18
Lindon, UT
UT
$3,500
 - Gelding in Spanish Fork, UT
Gelding
Adonis is a 2003 dark bay TB/Oldenbug cross. He is a great horse, beautiful..
Spanish Fork, Utah
Bay
Gelding
19
Spanish Fork, UT
UT
$22,000
 - Mare in Pleasant Grove, UT
Paint Mare
Being offered for your consideration. QUICKSTREAKINCHEYENNE is a four year ..
Pleasant Grove, Utah
Bay
Paint
Mare
12
Pleasant Grove, UT
UT
$5,500
Warmblood Stallion
Stallion or competition prospect. Warmblood lines of Rampal. Dam is geor..
Salem, Utah
Bay
Warmblood
Stallion
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Salem, UT
UT
$5,000
Morgan Stallion
Reg. Morgan gelding 14. 1 hh 15 yrs. Great trail / endurance horse. Needs ..
Provo, Utah
Bay
Morgan
Stallion
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Provo, UT
UT
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Oldenburg Mare
10 year old main mare book chestnut mare. 3 years of dressage training and ..
Erda, Utah
Chestnut
Oldenburg
Mare
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Erda, UT
UT
$17,000
Hanoverian Stallion
Needs experienced rider. Very sweet / willing. Sound by recent vet check. ..
West Jordan, Utah
Chestnut
Hanoverian
Stallion
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West Jordan, UT
UT
$8,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
"Togi" is a real sweet heart who enjoys peppermints. He is a gorgeous bay 1..
Salt Lake City, Utah
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Salt Lake City, UT
UT
$4,000
Warmblood Mare
8. 0 Premium filly by 5- star stallion First Class. She is wonderful to wor..
Riverton, Utah
Chestnut
Warmblood
Mare
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Riverton, UT
UT
$10,000
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About Springville,UT

Springville was first explored in 1776 by Father Silvestre VĂ©lez de Escalante, a Franciscan padre. What became Springville lay along the wagon route called the Mormon Road that Mormon pioneers and 49ers traveled through southern Utah, northern Arizona, southern Nevada and Southern California. From 1855, each winter trains of freight wagons traveled on this road across the deserts between Los Angeles and Salt Lake City until the late 1860s when the railroad arrived in Utah. Springville was settled in 1850 by eight pioneer families who crossed the plains to Salt Lake Valley from the East and were directed by Brigham Young to settle 50 miles (80 km) further south. Incorporated in February 1853, the pioneers called the city Hobble Creek because their horses were often hobbled (by loosely tying their front feet together) and left along the stream to graze in the lush grass.