Paint Horses for Sale near Peoria, IL

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Paint Stallion
3 yr old geldings. Dun / Buckskin. Leads and loads. Not broke to ride. Ou..
Yates City, Illinois
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Stallion
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Yates City, IL
IL
$350
Paint Stallion
3 yr old gelding tri color. He is Not real big. Leads and loads. Not broke..
Yates City, Illinois
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Stallion
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Yates City, IL
IL
$350
Paint Stallion
Good on hind end, Has speed, stands for saddling, trailers, good for farri..
Deer Creek, Illinois
Palomino
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Stallion
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Deer Creek, IL
IL
$3,000
Paint Mare
I'm selling this horse for a friend that has hit a financial burden. She is..
Knoxville, Illinois
Chestnut
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Mare
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Knoxville, IL
IL
$1,000
Paint Stallion
beautiful black and white tobiano stud colt. gentle, laid back. should matu..
Sparland, Illinois
Black Overo
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Stallion
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Sparland, IL
IL
$700
Paint Mare
she is a beautiful baby just waitting to have new things. she is very peopl..
Magnolia, Illinois
Buckskin
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Mare
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Magnolia, IL
IL
$1,500
Paint Mare
this horse is a very calm horse her name is cheyenne. she could be broke we..
Magnolia, Illinois
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Mare
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Magnolia, IL
IL
$1,500
Paint Mare
This is the perfect horse for someone that wants to show. She is built to s..
Magnolia, Illinois
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Mare
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Magnolia, IL
IL
$2,000
Paint Mare
up to date on shots. loads, stands for farrier, was born buckskin may shed ..
Sparland, Illinois
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Mare
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Sparland, IL
IL
$600
Paint Mare
She is started under saddle and doing great. Wants to learn and please. L..
Buda, Illinois
Sorrel
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Mare
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Buda, IL
IL
$5,000
Paint Mare
going to be tall very nice filly straight legs loads well is eating on her ..
Sparland, Illinois
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Mare
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Sparland, IL
IL
$550
Paint Mare
Well bred filly by Ovious First Clue and out of an own daughter of the Scot..
Spring Valley, Illinois
Sorrel
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Mare
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Spring Valley, IL
IL
$5,000
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About Peoria,IL

Peoria is the oldest settlement in Illinois, as explorers first ventured up the Illinois River from the Mississippi. The lands that eventually would become Peoria were first settled by Europeans in 1680, [ citation needed ] when French explorers René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle and Henri de Tonti constructed Fort Crevecoeur. This fort would later burn to the ground, and in 1813, Fort Clark, Illinois was built. When the County of Peoria was organized in 1825, Fort Clark was officially named Peoria. Peoria was named after the Peoria tribe, a member of the Illinois Confederation.