Roping Horses for Sale near Springfield, MO

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Ole Willis - Gelding in Marshfield, MO
Ole Willis
Introducing “Ole Willis” a sorrel/chestnut Quarter Pony gelding. Willis has..
Marshfield, Missouri
Sorrel
Quarter Pony
Gelding
8
Marshfield, MO
MO
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Elijah (Eli) - Gelding in Fordland, MO
Elijah (Eli)
Eli is a 10yo big, beautiful, black quarter horse gelding. He is out of pa..
Fordland, Missouri
Black
Quarter Horse
Gelding
11
Fordland, MO
MO
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
This filly has a pretty head and a nice hip. She should mature to around 1..
Humansville, Missouri
Bay Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Humansville, MO
MO
$750
Quarter Horse Mare
This is very nice built filly, she has good bone, good feet. She is very a..
Humansville, Missouri
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Humansville, MO
MO
$800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Born 3 / 19 / 07 Bay roan colt out of Cross Spurs Frosty Drifter Ike stall..
Humansville, Missouri
Bay Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Humansville, MO
MO
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Beautiful 5 year old gelding. Runs 2D barrels with a lot more to give and r..
Highlandville, Missouri
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Highlandville, MO
MO
$12,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Drifting Blue Tivio is 93% foundation blood with 12%Driftwood and 12. 5%Poc..
Marionville, Missouri
Blue Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Marionville, MO
MO
$4,500
Quarter Horse Mare
My parents bought this horse for me 9 years ago for Christmas. Since then I..
Mansfield, Missouri
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Mansfield, MO
MO
$650
Quarter Horse Stallion
Rebel is a sorrel gelding. He was broke as a 3 yr old and has been roping s..
Bolivar, Missouri
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bolivar, MO
MO
$3,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Miss Skip is a beautiful and stout made 2 Year Old. Great disposition, ver..
Hurley, Missouri
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Hurley, MO
MO
$3,500
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About Springfield,MO

The origin of the city's name is unclear, but the most common view is that it was named for Springfield, Massachusetts by migrants from that area. One account holds that James Wilson, who lived in the then unnamed city, offered free whiskey to anyone who would vote for the name Springfield, after his hometown in Massachusetts. The editor of the Springfield Express, J. G. Newbill, said in the November 11, 1881 issue: "It has been stated that this city got its name from the fact of a spring and field being near by just west of town.