Breeding Horses for Sale near Oelwein, IA

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Peppys Chancy Cat - Mare in Waukon, IA
Peppys Chancy Cat
Offering one of my very best broodmares over the years. Has had a dozen foa..
Waukon, Iowa
Dunskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
21
Waukon, IA
IA
$2,000
 - Mare in Gladbrook, IA
Paint Mare
Chelseys Electra (aka. Banana) is a 12 yr old Palomino mare. She is a APHA ..
Gladbrook, Iowa
Palomino
Paint
Mare
16
Gladbrook, IA
IA
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Shire Mare
Steege's Pink, AKA Fairy is a very nice filly. She is easy to handle, been..
Fredericksburg, Iowa
Sorrel
Shire
Mare
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Fredericksburg, IA
IA
$4,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Cobalt is a beautiful 19 year old quarter / thouroughbred cross. She has a ..
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cedar Falls, IA
IA
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Cobalt is a beautiful 19 year old quarter / thouroughbred cross. She has a ..
Cedar Falls, Iowa
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cedar Falls, IA
IA
$1,000
Paint Mare
"Amber" is a gentle mare, and in foal. Has produced 3 red dun overos bred ..
Denver, Iowa
Red Dun
Paint
Mare
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Denver, IA
IA
$2,500
Paint Stallion
13-2 hand stallion perfect for the paint ponies. He is quiet and hand or pa..
Garber, Iowa
Paint
Stallion
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Garber, IA
IA
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Awesome bred, Bugs Alive 75, Iris Joe back to Triple Chick. My daughter is ..
La Porte City, Iowa
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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La Porte City, IA
IA
$1,900
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About Oelwein,IA

The town of Oelwein was laid out in a corn field purchased from Gustav Oelwein on the coming of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Minnesota Railroad (later called the Rock Island) in 1872. Some years later the two dividing streets of Oelwein were named after his sons, Frederick and Charles. The town of Oelwein is named after the Oelwein family, but they were not the original settlers of the land. On the contrary, it was entered by a professional man at Dubuque, who made it his business to enter land, add a good fee for his trouble, plus a high rate of interest, and then not turn it over to the man in whose name it was registered until he was able to pay the price. Oelwein's present site was entered in 1852 by J.