Ranch Work Horses for Sale near Jacksboro, TX

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TFR TIGER - Mare in Springtown, TX
TFR Tiger
Look at this granddaughter of CHULA DUAL AND JODY FAIRFAX! Tinker Bell is ..
Springtown, Texas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
3
Springtown, TX
TX
$4,000
TEQUILA - Mare in Springtown, TX
Tequila
Looking for your next all around cow horse? Look no further! I won’t lie, ..
Springtown, Texas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
4
Springtown, TX
TX
$11,000
CDT FLETCHS CAT - Mare in Springtown, TX
CDT Fletchs CAT
WORTH HER WEIGHT IN GOLD! OWN Daughter of Cat Ichi, out of a Widow Freckles..
Springtown, Texas
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
8
Springtown, TX
TX
$12,500
Nickel - Gelding in Santo, TX
Nickel
💰😍1️⃣8️⃣5️⃣0️⃣😍💰 SAFE & SANE! ~ Grey Gelding ~ TEXAS "Nickel"..
Santo, Texas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Gelding
13
Santo, TX
TX
$1,850
Quarter Horse Stallion
19 YR GREY GELDING, stout, very broke, loves to rope and go out on trail. ..
Azle, Texas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Azle, TX
TX
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Docs Two Eyed Mount (Rosie) AQHA 3891388 . #1 bombproof. Ideal for a ..
Saint Jo, Texas
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Saint Jo, TX
TX
$4,000
Peruvian Paso Stallion
Tajo has LOTS OF BRIO with beautiful neck carriage and an outstanding gait..
Jacksboro, Texas
Bay
Peruvian Paso
Stallion
-
Jacksboro, TX
TX
$500
Azteca Stallion
ABRA / IBHA eligible buckskin colt. Dam is full quarter, but papers were ..
Montague, Texas
Buckskin
Azteca
Stallion
-
Montague, TX
TX
$1,200
Quarter Horse Stallion
AQHA gelding, 18 yr, very gentle for all riders, super handle, has run barr..
Chico, Texas
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Chico, TX
TX
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Professionally Trained Doc has 8 yrs. of Cutting behind him. Weighs around ..
Lipan, Texas
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Lipan, TX
TX
$3,000
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About Jacksboro,TX

Jacksboro was first settled in the 1850s, with newcomers attracted by land offers from the Texas Emigration and Land Office. Originally called "Mesquiteville", the community grew up along the banks of Lost Creek and spread out over the pastureland between Lost Creek and the waters of the West Fork of Keechi Creek. It was renamed "Jacksboro" in 1858 when it became the county seat, in honor of brothers William and Patrick Jack, veterans of the Texas Revolution. Regular postal service began in 1859. The county was one of the few in Texas to vote against secession before the Civil War.