Half Arabian Horses for Sale near Moline, IL

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Half Arabian Mare
UTD on everything. Very friendly. Lunges, ties, clips, loads, ties and st..
Miles, Iowa
Half Arabian
Mare
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Miles, IA
IA
$250
Half Arabian Mare
Princess is a very sweet natured filly. we showed her in halter classes a..
Williamsfield, Illinois
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Williamsfield, IL
IL
$800
Half Arabian Mare
Diablo's Black Star is one of few percheron / arabian crosses. She inherite..
Prophetstown, Illinois
Sorrel
Half Arabian
Mare
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Prophetstown, IL
IL
$3,500
Half Arabian Stallion
Cody is a 4 year - old, black - bay, half arab / half quarter horse. He loo..
Geneseo, Illinois
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Geneseo, IL
IL
$1,500
Half Arabian Mare
Still growing! Easy moving, pretty filly with intelligence and a willing at..
Wilton, Iowa
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Wilton, IA
IA
$1,200
Half Arabian Stallion
Well built Arab / Quarter cross weanling colt. Looking for a future Wester..
Durant, Iowa
Bay
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Durant, IA
IA
$800
Half Arabian Mare
By CT Azeem Malik, Li'l K, Azee's first half Arab / Quarter filly, is growi..
Wilton, Iowa
Gray
Half Arabian
Mare
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Wilton, IA
IA
$3,000
Half Arabian Mare
Still growing! Easy moving, pretty filly with intelligence and a willing at..
Wilton, Iowa
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Wilton, IA
IA
$1,200
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About Moline,IL

Indigenous peoples of varying cultures inhabited areas along the river over thousands of years, using it for transportation, water and fishing. According to the Rock Island County Historical Society, the first more permanently settled inhabitants of the Moline area are thought to be the Sauk and Meskwaki Indians, who founded the village of Saukenuk in 1720 along the Rock River not far from its confluence with the Mississippi. This tribe saw the land between the Rock and Mississippi rivers as ideal for farming and fishing. By the early 19th century, this once peaceful area became a site of violent confrontations between European-American settlers, arriving in greater numbers and encroaching on Native American land, and the Sauk and Fox tribes. In 1832 Chief Black Hawk declared war on the United States, initiating the Black Hawk War.