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Thoroughbred Mare for Sale in Carbondale, IL
Coming 15 year old, off the track, retired from breeding, 16-1 hand bright chestnut mare. She has been lightly worked for a year in basic dressage. W / T / C under saddle. She has honest potential in about any discipline. Needs patient rider as she sometimes worries. She is a super gentle and sweet mare and learns very quickly. Please email or call for more information and pictures. Asking $1800, but will consider all reasonable offers to a great home.
About Carbondale, IL
In August 1853, Daniel Harmon Brush, John Asgill Conner, and Dr. William Richart bought a 360-acre (1.5 km 2) parcel of land between two proposed railroad station sites ( Makanda and De Soto) and two county seats ( Murphysboro and Marion). Brush named Carbondale for the large deposit of coal in the area. [ citation needed ] The first train through Carbondale arrived on Independence Day 1854, traveling north on the main line from Cairo, Illinois. By the time of the American Civil War, Carbondale had developed as a regional center for transportation and business, surrounded by agricultural development.