Friesian Horses for Sale near Antioch, IL

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Koshia - Mare in Milwaukee, WI
Koshia
Meet Koshia she is a 2 month old Friesian filly. We are in the process of g..
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Black
Friesian
Mare
0
Milwaukee, WI
WI
$10,000
 -  in Chicago, IL
Friesian
Bailey is for sale to the right home, due to my lack of time he has been le..
Chicago, Illinois
Black
Friesian
6
Chicago, IL
IL
$1,800
 - Gelding in Wadsworth, IL
Friesian Gelding
Feite made it to the third round of the Stallion Show in the Netherlands an..
Wadsworth, Illinois
Black
Friesian
Gelding
19
Wadsworth, IL
IL
$23,000
 - Gelding in Wadsworth, IL
Friesian Gelding
Feite made it to the third round of the Stallion Show in the Netherlands an..
Wadsworth, Illinois
Black
Friesian
Gelding
19
Wadsworth, IL
IL
$23,000
Dancer
Meet Dancer, He is a Purebred Friesian Horse. He is 5 years old. His stud f..
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Black
Friesian
Stallion
5
Milwaukee, WI
WI
$500
Vonnie
Hessel 480 Sport x Tinka Amerenske Ster.. This Colt “Stallion“ has a super ..
South Beloit, Illinois
Black
Friesian
Stallion
2
South Beloit, IL
IL
$12,000
Friesian Mare
Yvonnya (Anne 340 x Ellie) is our tallest filly of the season. She has a ..
Franklin, Wisconsin
Black
Friesian
Mare
-
Franklin, WI
WI
$10,500
Friesian Stallion
This rare registered purebred Friesian stallion is the only red registered ..
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Friesian
Stallion
-
Lake Geneva, WI
WI
$1,500
Friesian Stallion
Yukon is a wonderful green Dressage prospect, he has already had 90 days pr..
Streamwood, Illinois
Black
Friesian
Stallion
-
Streamwood, IL
IL
$18,000
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About Antioch,IL

The Pottawatomi Indian Tribe, semi-nomadic hunters who lived in wigwams, inhabited Antioch when white men began to arrive. They fought with the British in the War of 1812 and then with the American settlers in the Blackhawk War of 1832. It was in 1832 that the American Indians began to leave the area, although arrowheads and other remnants of their history can still be found today if one knows where to look. The winding Highway 173 was once an Indian trail and Highway 83 was the Muquonago Trail. The first permanent white settlement in Antioch was the Gage Brothers' cabin on Sequoit Creek, a tributary of the Fox River.