Icelandic Horses for Sale near Temple City, CA

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Skøl - Gelding in Agoura, CA
SkøL
Skøl is an incredible 17 y/o about 14.00 hand large bay Icelandic. It took ..
Agoura, California
Bay
Icelandic
Gelding
17
Agoura, CA
CA
$17,000
 - Mare in Santa Ana, CA
Icelandic Mare
Super Cute Mare - Gaited, 13h 6 yrs old. Green - but great on trail. can ..
Santa Ana, California
Chestnut
Icelandic
Mare
11
Santa Ana, CA
CA
$2,000
Icelandic Stallion
green broke, gentle disposition, all his foals are dun pintos out of solid..
Leona Valley, California
Icelandic
Stallion
-
Leona Valley, CA
CA
$2,500
Icelandic Stallion
icelandic gelding great trail horse. Very good with children. Very affectio..
Crestline, California
Bay
Icelandic
Stallion
-
Crestline, CA
CA
$5,000
Icelandic Mare
pretty palomino mare. great on trails very good with children and loves peo..
Crestline, California
Palomino
Icelandic
Mare
-
Crestline, CA
CA
$6,000
Icelandic Stallion
"Cody" He's a beauty! Icelandic / NSH gaited registered pinto pony. Traile..
Thousand Oaks, California
Pinto
Icelandic
Stallion
-
Thousand Oaks, CA
CA
$3,500
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About Temple City,CA

In January 2009, the Los Angeles County District Attorney began investigating allegations that Temple City's mayor, Judy Wong, along with city council members David Capra, and former mayor Cathe Wilson solicited bribes in exchange for support of the proposed $75 million Temple City Piazza mall project and both women were charged with lying on fair political practice commission disclosure forms. Randy Wang, developer of the Piazza project, made allegations that Wong, Wilson and Councilman David Capra demanded and received cash bribes for their support of the development. Wang raised the allegations as part of his counter-suit against the city, which sued him in April 2008, claiming he failed to meet contractual deadlines of construction on the 4-acre (16,000 m 2) Piazza project. Temple City's lawsuit asks that the property, at Las Tunas Drive and Rosemead Boulevard, be returned to the city because of the delays after two groundbreaking ceremonies. Wong, 55, the city's first Asian council member, was elected in 2003, was re-elected in 2007, and served as the city's first Asian mayor in 2007.