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Spotted Saddle Mare for Sale in Marion, IL
*SALE PENDING* Beautiful blood bay and white, very nice head. Fancy Alen's Morning Star, "Star" has been road ridden, parade ridden and light trail. Very smooth, calm and wants to please. Imprint trained, loads, bathes, trimmed w / elec. clippers, flat shod. Spotted Alen Again breeding. Right at 15h now and still growing. All shots up to date, including West Nile, regular, rotated worming, good feed. Very flashy girl with tons of potential! SSHBEA registered.
About Marion, IL
Following the creation of Williamson County out of the south half of Franklin County by the Illinois General Assembly, three commissioners appointed by the lawmakers met at Bainbridge, Illinois, on August 19, 1839, for the purpose of locating a new county seat as close to the center of the county as possible. The next day, August 20, they laid out a town of 20 acres (81,000 m 2) with a public square about one-quarter of a mile east of the county's center, but a point on top of a slight hill of 448 feet (137 m) above sea level. The site sat in a small open grassland known as Poor Prairie. For a name, they chose Marion to honor American Revolutionary War hero General Francis "Swamp Fox" Marion. William and Bethany Benson had entered the quarter-quarter section of land that contained the future site of Marion just the previous year on September 8, 1838.