3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Miniature Mare for Sale in Bloomington, IL
Have three nice mares, should be in foal for 2006 spring. Stallion is AMHA / AMHR registered stallion. Mares AMHR registered. Solid black (5 yrs, $1000) , palomino (3 yrs, $900) , sorrel pinto (13 yr, $500) . Photos show tw0 mares with last foals (not offered for sale) .
About Bloomington, IL
The Bloomington area was at the edge of a large grove occupied by the Kickapoo people before the first Euro-American settlers arrived in the early 1820s. Springing from the settlement of Keg Grove, later called Blooming Grove, Bloomington was named as county seat on December 25, 1830, when McLean County was created. When the County of McLean was incorporated, a county seat was established. However, the legislation stated the site of Bloomington "would be located later." James Allin, one of the new county's promoters, offered to donate 60 acres (240,000 m 2) of his land for the new town. His offer was accepted, and Bloomington was laid out.