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Arabian Stallion for Sale in Heyworth, IL
Really nice registered gelding. Raffles, sandarac, and Fable breeding. Has been shown since he was a yearling. He got Reserve champion as a yearling at the Henry County fair in Halter. He was the youngest in the class and he competed againt state and one national champion. He beat all but the national champ!!! He has been shown in English, Western, halter, and speed events. He is very intelegent and willing to learn more things. He is well worth the money. If I wouldnt have gelded him, i would have had to pay $2500 as a weanling. Will send photos if interested. 3, 300 obo.
About Heyworth, IL
Heyworth was laid out by Campbell Wakefield on September 11, 1859. Before settlement, the locality now known as Heyworth was covered by a heavy growth of timber and underbrush which was inhabited by the Kickapoo Native Americans, and was supported a great number of deer, wild turkeys, and packs of large gray wolves. As settlers began to move West, families such as the Rutledges, Funks, Passwaters, Bishops, Nobles,Wakefields, and Martins settled in the immediate vicinity of the present Village of Heyworth as early as 1824. Campbell Wakefield was the primary founder of Heyworth. In the course of his achievements, Wakefield became the owner of a vast tract of land including what is now Heyworth.