Breeding Horses for Sale near Treynor, IA

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Quarter Horse - Horse for Sale in Union, NE 68455
Frontiers Jetina
This dun AQHA mare has been used primarily for breeding because of the qual..
Union, Nebraska
Dun
Quarter Horse
Mare
13
Union, NE
NE
$5,000
Arabian Mare
North Star Faaraa (AHA #596251) (Ravenwood Gamal (RG Al Mone) X Ravenwood ..
Tekamah, Nebraska
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
-
Tekamah, NE
NE
$7,000
National Show Mare
Tajhans Medaglia Beauty (NSH #014754- 01- NAS) (Tajhan ( Farazdac) X Midn..
Tekamah, Nebraska
Gray
National Show
Mare
-
Tekamah, NE
NE
$3,800
Paint Mare
Arrow of Paradise, a Gorgeous Registered Buckskin Paint Tobinao Quarter Hor..
Mead, Nebraska
Buckskin
Paint
Mare
-
Mead, NE
NE
$4,500
Pinto Mare
Mirage is a beautiful and very smart filly out of a black Bask bred mare an..
Blair, Nebraska
Black
Pinto
Mare
-
Blair, NE
NE
$3,500
Half Arabian Mare
Black and white tobiano yearling filly. Beautiful, smart, 50 / 50 color. ..
Blair, Nebraska
Black
Half Arabian
Mare
-
Blair, NE
NE
$3,500
National Show Mare
Mirage is a beautiful tobiano with 50 / 50% color. By RA Hot Every Nite and..
Blair, Nebraska
Black
National Show
Mare
-
Blair, NE
NE
$3,500
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About Treynor, IA

Treynor began east of Council Bluffs in the late 1880s with the establishment of Fritz Eyberg's General Store, August Olderog's dance hall and saloon, and St Paul's German Evangelical Church. The vicinity east of Middle Silver Creek had previously been known for its number of wolves. Local German immigrant farmers referred to the settlement as Four Corners or High Five, a popular card name, until the post office opened in the early 1890s as Treynor, named after the recently deceased Council Bluffs postmaster. By the time the town was incorporated in 1905 it included two general stores, two saloons, a furniture/implement house, a livery stable, several blacksmith shops, and the Treynor State Bank. In 1911 the community got its own railroad with the opening of the Iowa & Omaha Shortline which ran 12 miles to Mineola on the Wabash Railroad line southeast of Council Bluffs.