Missouri Fox Trotters for Sale near Colorado Springs, CO

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Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
MAGIC MOMENT (Magic) is a 11 year old grey gelding with lots of go! He is ..
Parker, Colorado
Gray
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Parker, CO
CO
$2,750
Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
Duke's Easter Babe MFTHBA 98-58648, FFHA eligible, Babe is well named, swe..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Sorrel
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$3,000
Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
Wood's Victorian Charm MFTHBA 92-40282, FFHA eligible Charm has that spec..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Bay
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$3,500
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
Goldie's Royal Chance MFTHBA 05-85803, FFHA eligible If this colt had be..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Palomino
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$2,000
Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
Sunny's Star Light Rose MFTHBA 05-85805, FFHA eligible I reluctantly offe..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Sorrel
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$2,000
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
Cindy's Royal Sun 01-71939 14. 2h golden palomino Sunny has shown great a..
Elizabeth, Colorado
Palomino
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Elizabeth, CO
CO
$350
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
This is a great all around horse. He has been ridden in gaited horse shows..
Penrose, Colorado
Bay
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Penrose, CO
CO
$4,000
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
4 Yr old Black Gelding for inter / advanced rider. Will mature to 16 hands...
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Black
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Colorado Springs, CO
CO
$3,200
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About Colorado Springs,CO

The Ute, Arapaho and Cheyenne peoples were the first recorded inhabiting the area which would become Colorado Springs. Part of the territory included in the United States' 1803 Louisiana Purchase, the current city area was designated part of the 1854 Kansas Territory. In 1859, after the first local settlement was established, it became part of the Jefferson Territory on October 24 and of El Paso County on November 28. Colorado City at the Front Range confluence of Fountain and Camp creeks was "formally organized on August 13, 1859" during the Pike's Peak Gold Rush. It served as the capital of the Colorado Territory from November 5, 1861, until August 14, 1862, when the capital was moved to Denver.