Horses for Sale near Hannibal, MO

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Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
Foxtrotter Gelding - This is an Excellent Trail Horse. He will stand tied f..
Hannibal, Missouri
Gray
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Hannibal, MO
MO
$3,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Blue roan mare with great conformation, smooth trot, good head. Offered at..
Mexico, Missouri
Blue Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Mexico, MO
MO
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Beautiful 3 yr. old dun mare w / dorsal stripe, black points, leg barring. ..
Pittsfield, Illinois
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Pittsfield, IL
IL
$3,500
Peruvian Paso Mare
Beautiful mare, loves affection, has been professionally trained by Peruvia..
Nebo, Illinois
Bay
Peruvian Paso
Mare
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Nebo, IL
IL
$3,000
Paint Stallion
"Abe" is a 2000 APHA b / w tobiano, last year he sired 100% colored foals, ..
Hannibal, Missouri
Paint
Stallion
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Hannibal, MO
MO
$200
Paint Stallion
Registered Paint, Name is Blanton D Bar, Sire - Pretty Risky Biz, Dame - P..
Mexico, Missouri
Brown
Paint
Stallion
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Mexico, MO
MO
$2,000
Paint Mare
Excellent pleasure prospect. Needs intermediate rider. Will only sell to g..
Liberty, Illinois
White
Paint
Mare
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Liberty, IL
IL
$3,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Nice Looking mare. Has good blood lines is out of Review My Socks who is ou..
Liberty, Illinois
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Liberty, IL
IL
$2,000
Paint Mare
This is a paint breeding stock filly with 60 days professional training, sh..
Keokuk, Iowa
Black
Paint
Mare
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Keokuk, IA
IA
$800
Pony of the Americas Mare
this pony is a nice size and she can keep up with the big boys. We liked he..
Hull, Illinois
Pony of the Americas
Mare
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Hull, IL
IL
$1,000
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About Hannibal,MO

The site of Hannibal was long occupied by various cultures of indigenous Native American tribes. The river community is best known as the 19th-century boyhood home of author Samuel Langhorne Clemens (aka Mark Twain). The settings of Twain's novels The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn are inspired by this town. Numerous historical sites are associated with Mark Twain and places depicted in his fiction. Hannibal draws both American and international tourists.