Horses for Sale near Blue Island, IL

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Look N Smart - Gelding in Hebron, IN
Look N Smart
2009 quarter horse gelding. Bred spectacularly. AQHA & ARHA papers. Sho..
Hebron, Indiana
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Gelding
11
Hebron, IN
IN
Sold
Mr 701 - Mare in Plainfield, IL
Mr 701
Buen potrillo listo pa correr..
Plainfield, Illinois
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
3
Plainfield, IL
IL
$6,000
 - Mare in Crown Point, IN
Quarter Horse Mare
Girls Amazed Impulse (Gracie) is an AQHA Registered Quarter Horse. Her blo..
Crown Point, Indiana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
3
Crown Point, IN
IN
$3,500
 - Mare in Aurora, IL
Thoroughbred Mare
JC Name: Barak’s Sweet Pea Breed: Thoroughbred Gender: Mare Age: 7 (DoB 201..
Aurora, Illinois
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
10
Aurora, IL
IL
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 - Mare in Crown Point, IN
Selle Francais Mare
Night Rose: 2005 Selle Francais x Oldenburg Mare. 16.3 hands. Great eventin..
Crown Point, Indiana
Brown
Selle Francais
Mare
15
Crown Point, IN
IN
$12,000
 -  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
 - Mare in Plano, IL
Hanoverian Mare
Wonder Woman aka wonder is an outstanding Hanoverian mare. It is ha..
Plano, Illinois
Gray
Hanoverian
Mare
13
Plano, IL
IL
$20,000
 - Gelding in Mokena, IL
Appendix Gelding
16.3 hand Appendix Quarter Horse Bay Gelding 6yrs old, by world champion "G..
Mokena, Illinois
Bay
Appendix
Gelding
11
Mokena, IL
IL
$15,000
 - Gelding in Cedar Lake, IN
Paint Gelding
Mocha went thru 90 days training spring 2013, he continued his training all..
Cedar Lake, Indiana
White
Paint
Gelding
13
Cedar Lake, IN
IN
$3,500
 - Gelding in Beecher, IL
Paint Gelding
Koda Ohyesa is a 6 year old APHA paint gelding. At 17 months old was the gr..
Beecher, Illinois
Chestnut Overo
Paint
Gelding
13
Beecher, IL
IL
$1,500
 - Stallion in Saint Charles, IL
Paint Stallion
Diesel has been my son's best friend through high school and now my son is..
Saint Charles, Illinois
Tobiano
Paint
Stallion
-
Saint Charles, IL
IL
$2,500
 - Stallion in Peotone, IL
Quarter Horse Stallion
Talkin Texan is a true All - Around horse, 199 AQHA points in Showmanship, ..
Peotone, Illinois
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Peotone, IL
IL
$22,000
 - Mare in Hebron, IN
Miniature Mare
Really sweet and gorgeous, refined AMHR reg. 32..
Hebron, Indiana
Bay
Miniature
Mare
-
Hebron, IN
IN
$1,500
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WANTED - Blanketed Appaloosa Gelding, Temp 1-2, apx: Age range 5-10 YO, hei..
Bartlett, Illinois
Black
Appaloosa
Gelding
5
Bartlett, IL
IL
$1
Mule
14 yr old molly mule. Rides and drives. Drives single or double. Has great ..
Crete, Illinois
White
Mule
Mare
15
Crete, IL
IL
$4,000

About Blue Island,IL

Norman Rexford came to Chicago from Charlotte, Vermont in 1835 and in 1836 became the first permanent settler of Blue Island when he established the Blue Island House near the intersection of present-day Western Avenue and Gregory Street just north of the Western Avenue bridge. Before Rexford built the Blue Island House he had constructed a four-room log cabin in the wilderness at the north end of the Blue Island ridge that he intended as a tavern for wayfarers, but after a year realized that the place was not likely to be profitable for him and began to look for another site where he might have more success. Although farther from Fort Dearborn and the settlement at Chicago (which by that time was incorporated and had a population of several thousand persons) by about 3 miles (5 km), the new inn was better situated because it was located on the Wabash Road (in Blue Island now Western Avenue), which was then a part of the Vincennes trail that went from Chicago to Vincennes, Indiana. It was considerably larger and more refined than Rexford's previous venture, being a two-and-a half-story white frame building that also had various outbuildings to accommodate the needs of his guests. Because it was a day's journey from Chicago, within a few years the inn became the nucleus for a group of businesses that catered to the soldiers, cattlemen (with their herds) and other travelers who arrived by stagecoach or otherwise frequented the Vincennes trail.