Dressage Horses for Sale near Gridley, IL

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Haflinger Stallion
Currently schooling Level 1 dressage. Shown successfully intro, training ..
Waynesville, Illinois
Sorrel
Haflinger
Stallion
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Waynesville, IL
IL
$9,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Full way is a very loving horse!!! For English riding he goes on a bit rea..
Metamora, Illinois
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Metamora, IL
IL
$4,000
Draft Stallion
Flaxen mane / tail. Quick learner, eager to try new things. Drives single..
Waynesville, Illinois
Sorrel
Draft
Stallion
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Waynesville, IL
IL
$9,500
Friesian Mare
WE have 3 purebred Friesian foals due in 2007. The first is due in June an..
Peoria, Illinois
Black
Friesian
Mare
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Peoria, IL
IL
$8,000
Arabian Stallion
Shameless is a gorgeous 12 yr old purebred Arabian. I've never owned a hor..
Washington, Illinois
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Washington, IL
IL
$2,700
Haflinger Mare
Gorgeous Gidget is an amazing, smart, beautiful, very athletic Haflinger c..
Peoria, Illinois
Chestnut
Haflinger
Mare
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Peoria, IL
IL
$5,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Bailey" is a 3 yo bay gelding with great looks, gates, H / J prospect, dre..
Peoria, Illinois
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Peoria, IL
IL
$6,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Bay TB mare. Honest jumper, good heart, and comfortable jumping or just on..
Mahomet, Illinois
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Mahomet, IL
IL
$4,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Slew Ridge (a. k. a. ) Duncan is a handsome 9 year old 16. 1 hand bay thoro..
Mahomet, Illinois
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Mahomet, IL
IL
$2,500
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About Gridley,IL

Gridley was laid out on November 25, 1856 by Thomas Carlyle (c. 1832 - ?) and George Washington Kent (1820–1901). After considering the names Kent, Carlyle, and Gardner, for the governor of Massachusetts, it was decided to name named the town for Bloomington banker, lawyer, and land developer Asahel Gridley (1810–1881). Both Carlisle and Thomas were working for Gridley at the time the town was founded and two years after the town was laid out Gridley purchased all of Gridley. Along with many other towns in central Illinois, the town was established when Peoria and Oquawka Railroad crossed the state from west to east.