Horses for Sale near Cahokia, IL

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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Millstadt, Illinois
Quarter Horse Mare
Dixie is an Arabian Quarter horse cross. She is approximately 20 years old...
Millstadt, Illinois
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
25
Millstadt, IL
IL
$700
Arabian Mare for Sale in Saint Louis, Missouri
Sabha Alrammaha
Sabha is a sweet 2 year old mare. This beautiful mare is the perfect combin..
Saint Louis, Missouri
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
3
Saint Louis, MO
MO
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Arabian Stallion for Sale in Saint Louis, Missouri
Amin Aljassimya
Scottsdale Champion, purely straight Egyptian peak pedigree , 3 Years, Gray..
Saint Louis, Missouri
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
4
Saint Louis, MO
MO
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Quarter Pony Gelding for Sale in St Louis, Missouri
Cadette
I have had this horse for 6 years. He has an up to date Coggins and all his..
St Louis, Missouri
Black
Quarter Pony
Gelding
14
St Louis, MO
MO
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Quarter Pony Mare for Sale in St. Louis, Missouri
Quarter Pony Mare
Price Reduced!! Bella is a 2005 Quarter Pony mare standing at 13.3hh. Quiet..
St. Louis, Missouri
Palomino
Quarter Pony
Mare
15
St. Louis, MO
MO
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Saint Charles, Missouri
Rosi
Rosi is a 5 year old appendix/QH mare, granddaughter of boonlight dancer. S..
Saint Charles, Missouri
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
6
Saint Charles, MO
MO
$4,000
Other Gelding for Sale in Lake Saint Louis, Missouri
Other Gelding
MUST GO! Better Than A Bentley is a 5 year old, 15h big bodied Welsh/TB cro..
Lake Saint Louis, Missouri
Bay
Other
Gelding
10
Lake Saint Louis, MO
MO
$9,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Bunny is very friendly and a fantastic pasture buddy! She is unable to be r..
St. Louis, Missouri
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
St. Louis, MO
MO
$100
Thoroughbred Gelding
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Bethalto, Illinois
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
18
Bethalto, IL
IL
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Betsy & Sally
2 mares for sale. The one on the right is a registered Tobiano Quarter hors..
Washington, Missouri
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
15
Washington, MO
MO
$1,300
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About Cahokia,IL

Archeologists ascribe the earthwork mounds Cahokia complex to the Mississippian culture, an earlier indigenous people who are not believed to have been ancestral to the Illini. The city site reached its peak in the 13th century and was abandoned centuries before European contact. The Cahokia Native Americans of the Illini did not coalesce as a tribe and live in the Illinois area until nearly the time of French contact 300 years ago. Father Pinet founded a mission in late 1696 to convert the Cahokian and Tamaroa Native Americans to Christianity. Father Pinet and the Seminary of Foreign Missions of Quebec built a log church and dedicated it to the Holy Family.