Show Horses for Sale near Peoria, IL

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Paint Stallion
Experienced show horse that has been shown successfully in Western Pleasur..
Kewanee, Illinois
Black
Paint
Stallion
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Kewanee, IL
IL
$17,000
Paint Stallion
This gentle guy should mature to 15. 1 hands or better. Thor Oughly Amos i..
Granville, Illinois
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Granville, IL
IL
$1,250
Paint Stallion
This guy will get you noticed in the show pen! Thors King of Spades is APH..
Granville, Illinois
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Granville, IL
IL
$1,250
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
Other Mare
kid broke we a naberhood kid w / adhd and he rides her allover my 14 year..
Kewanee, Illinois
Other
Mare
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Kewanee, IL
IL
$1,600
Draft Stallion
Flaxen mane / tail. Quick learner, eager to try new things. Drives single..
Waynesville, Illinois
Sorrel
Draft
Stallion
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Waynesville, IL
IL
$9,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Registered Tennessee Walking Horse. Professional training and has been sh..
Princeville, Illinois
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Princeville, IL
IL
$3,000
Miniature Mare
She has a beautiful dished head and a lot of trot! Excellent Show Prospect..
Morton, Illinois
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
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Morton, IL
IL
$2,000
Miniature Stallion
This is an exceptional colt with lots of show attitude! His sire was a Nat..
Morton, Illinois
Gray
Miniature
Stallion
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Morton, IL
IL
$2,500
Half Arabian Mare
8 year old grey / white double registered Pinto mare, ESP AA - a. k. a. Coo..
Dunlap, Illinois
Pinto
Half Arabian
Mare
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Dunlap, IL
IL
$15,000
Paint Mare
This is the perfect horse for someone that wants to show. She is built to s..
Magnolia, Illinois
Paint
Mare
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Magnolia, IL
IL
$2,000
Paso Fino Mare
Pictures do her no justice. Her conformation and color is out standing. Na..
Princeton, Illinois
Gray
Paso Fino
Mare
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Princeton, IL
IL
$4,500
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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.