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Way To Go Joe - Stallion in Kewanee, IL
Way To Go Joe
AQHA registered buckskin. I ride him with hackemore just because his temper..
Kewanee, Illinois
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Stallion
11
Kewanee, IL
IL
$600
 - Mare in Nichols, IA
Quarter Horse Mare
2014 sorrel filly by Rey Dual (full brother to dual rey) and out of Miss Tu..
Nichols, Iowa
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
7
Nichols, IA
IA
$4,000
Paint Mare
Freckles has had 60 days on her and is a wonderful mare to be around. She ..
Clinton, Iowa
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
-
Clinton, IA
IA
$2,500
Paint Mare
This mare is a grandaughter of Doc Bar. She is a great mother, and would be..
Center Junction, Iowa
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
-
Center Junction, IA
IA
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Chulita Peponita is a registered Foundation Quarter filly. She is very easy..
Prophetstown, Illinois
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Prophetstown, IL
IL
$1,150
Pinto Stallion
sorrel and white tobiano gelding. Paint and appaloosa cross. no papers. Tr..
Onslow, Iowa
Sorrel
Pinto
Stallion
-
Onslow, IA
IA
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Cash is just awesome! This amazing young stallion is sadly offered for sal..
Blue Grass, Iowa
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Blue Grass, IA
IA
Contact
Quarter Horse Stallion
OUTSTANDING prospect for the new ranch horse events in AQHA. Fully trained..
Blue Grass, Iowa
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Blue Grass, IA
IA
$10,000
Half Arabian Mare
Still growing! Easy moving, pretty filly with intelligence and a willing at..
Wilton, Iowa
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
-
Wilton, IA
IA
$1,200
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About Bettendorf,IA

Bettendorf lies in the original Wisconsin Territory, which the United States bought from the Sac and Fox Indians after defeating them in the Black Hawk War. The territory was ceded in the Black Hawk Purchase of 1832. The first European-American settlers established a village they called Lilienthal, after an early tavern and dance hall. The village of Gilbert developed alongside Lilienthal in 1858, honoring Elias Gilbert, who platted the original site. At that time, the residents were predominantly German immigrants and worked as farmers, skilled laborers, and small business owners.