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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Macomb, IL
Chip is a very fancy Black 3 year old Quarter Pony. She is quiet and gentle to handle and is nicely started in western pleasure. A great little mare to show Western or English Pleasure or could make a jumper. A 4H Project Deluxe. With her confirmation she could be a halter winner. She is for the family that wants a special horse for show or family fun to just trail ride. Can be ridden by children or an adult. Email for more information or call with serious offers to Bob in IL at (309) 833-5***7 as this is his horse. See pics at www. chatshorses. homestead. com / pony. html
About Macomb, IL
First settled in 1829 on a site tentatively named Washington, the town was officially founded in 1830 as the county seat of McDonough County and given the name Macomb after General Alexander Macomb, a general in the War of 1812. War veterans were given land grants in the Macomb area, which was part of the "Military Tract" set aside by Congress. In 1855 the Northern Cross Railroad, a predecessor to the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, was constructed through Macomb, leading to a rise in the town's population. In 1899 the Western Illinois State Normal School, later Western Illinois University, was founded in Macomb. Representative Lawrence Sherman was instrumental in locating the school in Macomb.