Arabian Horses for Sale near Streator, IL

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Arabian Stallion
Hi my friend needs a new home for his horse but he knows more about his ho..
Bloomington, Illinois
Brown
Arabian
Stallion
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Bloomington, IL
IL
$900
Arabian Stallion
Shameless is a gorgeous 12 yr old purebred Arabian. I've never owned a hor..
Washington, Illinois
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Washington, IL
IL
$2,700
Arabian Mare
Sally is one of the sweetest horses I've ever owned. I regret having to s..
Washington, Illinois
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Washington, IL
IL
$1,500
Arabian Mare
not broke working on that now up to date on shots. loads and stands for fa..
Sparland, Illinois
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Sparland, IL
IL
$1,000
Arabian Mare
utd on shots stands for farrier, very nice mare, great rider. loads good an..
Sparland, Illinois
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Sparland, IL
IL
$1,200
Arabian Mare
Jaz is a registered grey arabian mare. She would do anything as long as yo..
Minooka, Illinois
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Minooka, IL
IL
$3,500
Arabian Mare
Jazz is a registered grey Arabian mare. She would be a great prospect for b..
Minooka, Illinois
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Minooka, IL
IL
$3,500
Arabian Stallion
Sadly offered for sale / lease. He is beautiful, produces gorgeous balanced..
Earlville, Illinois
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Earlville, IL
IL
$1,200
Arabian Mare
Bay & white tobiano filly. Pretty little Arab head! Out of a Bey Shah gra..
Chillicothe, Illinois
Black Overo
Arabian
Mare
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Chillicothe, IL
IL
$600
Arabian Mare
AHRA (pend) 10 month old show filly. She is out of our mare Amerons Kitcat..
Mendota, Illinois
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Mendota, IL
IL
$800
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About Streator,IL

Although settlements had occasionally existed in the area, they were not permanent. In 1824, surveyors for the Illinois and Michigan Canal which would extend from Chicago's Bridgeport neighborhood to the Illinois River, a tributary of the Mississippi River, arrived in this area of the Vermillion River, followed by homesteaders by the 1830s. In 1861, miner John O'Neill established a trading post called "Hardscrabble" (ironically an early name for the Bridgeport neighborhood), supposedly because he watched loaded animals struggle up the river's banks. Another name for the new settlement was "Unionville". Streator received its current name to honor Worthy S.