Breeding Horses for Sale near Bradley, IL

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Paint Mare
Sliding Bar Leo, AKA Sage, is a medium size gray tobiano mare with white m..
Milford, Illinois
Gray
Paint
Mare
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Milford, IL
IL
$1,200
Miniature Mare
Class ~A~ Double Registered Mare Xena's registered name is "Frichnick's D..
Monee, Illinois
Bay
Miniature
Mare
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Monee, IL
IL
$500
Saddlebred Stallion
Don't miss out on this amazing horse versatile, can go english, driving, o..
New Lenox, Illinois
Chestnut
Saddlebred
Stallion
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New Lenox, IL
IL
$5,000
Oldenburg Mare
Shoen is a Beautiful Mare, Nice hunter under saddle, jumping 2 ft and very..
Crete, Illinois
Bay
Oldenburg
Mare
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Crete, IL
IL
$6,000
Quarter Horse Mare
stout build, sweet disposition. To short for our stallion , sweet horse , ..
Lake Village, Indiana
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Lake Village, IN
IN
$1,500
Arabian Mare
Kay is a 17 year old purebred registered arabian mare. She is broke to ride..
Crown Point, Indiana
White
Arabian
Mare
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Crown Point, IN
IN
$1,700
Rocky Mountain Mare
This mare has a do anything go anywhere attitude. She is a great trail hor..
Valparaiso, Indiana
Black
Rocky Mountain
Mare
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Valparaiso, IN
IN
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Appaloosa Mare
Super sweet young mare. Could excel at anything. Has been used on trails an..
Hebron, Indiana
Appaloosa
Mare
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Hebron, IN
IN
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Hattie will make you a great broodmare and she also drives and rides. Force..
Valparaiso, Indiana
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Valparaiso, IN
IN
$5,000
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About Bradley, IL

In 1891, North Kankakee was established when the David Bradley Plow Works established a factory, and in recognition of this, in 1895, the town changed its name to "Bradley City" (later Bradley). Bradley was mostly a blue collar town, with the Kroehler Furniture factory and the Roper Corporation factory (maker of kitchen ranges and ovens; part of their operations were in the building that David Bradley once occupied) being the major employers. In the 1980s, as elsewhere in the Midwest, these factories closed, and after their closures, parts of those factories burned to the ground. However, by the end of the decade, things changed. In 1989, a new shopping center called Bradley Square was built with Wal-Mart as the first tenant, and more shops followed.