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Paint Stallion for Sale in Orangeville, IL
Big boned, athletic, excellent conformation - low set hocks - ready to be started under saddle. "Tony" is easy to work with and learns fast. He's out of a daughter of Front Office, with Coys Bonanza, Scooper Chick, Tuffernhel breeding. He'll finish around 15'3". He's 15. 1 hands as a two year old. This colt will be great for games, pleasure, halter or for roping. ~~~~~~~
About Orangeville, IL
Before 1837, the area was occupied by Native Americans who utilized it for hunting grounds; the Sioux tribe had a camp near Oneco. Game that populated the Orangeville area included buffalo and deer. John H. Curtis purchased the 80 acres (32 ha) of land, which included the area that would eventually become Orangeville, on January 1, 1838 at the Dixon Land Office. Curtis constructed a dam on Richland Creek, and on the creek's west bank erected a gristmill and a saw mill.