Breeding Horses for Sale near Moweaqua, IL

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Trixie
Trixie is a draft cross which includes Clydesdale/Percheron/QH. She turned ..
Heyworth, Illinois
Bay
Draft
Mare
4
Heyworth, IL
IL
$2,000
Morgan Mare
Here is a great opportunity. SMS Myorca is a gorgeous, smooth gaited, dark..
Stewardson, Illinois
Morgan
Mare
-
Stewardson, IL
IL
$7,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Sunny is a very beautiful 15 year old red dun mare. UTD on all vaccination..
New Berlin, Illinois
Red Dun
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
New Berlin, IL
IL
$1,500
Appaloosa Mare
Jokers Colida Bandit (Haylee) is a non characteristic appaloosa mare. She ..
Sigel, Illinois
Black
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Sigel, IL
IL
$2,000
Morgan Mare
SMS Myorca is a gorgeous Morgan mare. She has been showing since she was ..
Stewardson, Illinois
Morgan
Mare
-
Stewardson, IL
IL
$7,000
Morgan Mare
Delight's Frisky is a gorgeous Morgan mare. Would make an excellent brood m..
Stewardson, Illinois
Chestnut
Morgan
Mare
-
Stewardson, IL
IL
$1,200
Appaloosa Mare
Bambi is a registered appaloosa, she is 3 yrs old, and is in foal to our st..
Sigel, Illinois
White
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Sigel, IL
IL
$3,000
Arabian Stallion
2000 Straight Black Egyptian Stallion Has had professional training for 3 m..
Dawson, Illinois
Black
Arabian
Stallion
-
Dawson, IL
IL
$750
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About Moweaqua, IL

From 1891 until 1935, Moweaqua was the site of a gassy coal mine that mined coal from Pennsylvanian strata. On the morning of December 24, 1932, fifty-four coal miners, the entire day shift, were killed by a methane gas explosion in the Moweaqua coal mine disaster. The incident occurred on the morning of Christmas Eve, and one of the deceased miners, Tom Jackson, had been scheduled to play Santa Claus in a party to be held that evening for his fellow townspeople. The tragic explosion, together with the election in the previous month (November 1932) of the pro-labor Seventy-Third Congress, led to the passage of mine safety legislation and the phaseout of open-flame carbide miner's lanterns in United States coal mines. The Moweaqua Coal Mine Museum opened in 1986 to commemorate local coal miners, especially the victims of this disaster.