Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Oblong, IL

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Precious - Mare in West Union, IL
Precious
Beautiful little mare that I have owned since she was two. Confirmation is ..
West Union, Illinois
Gray
Pony of the Americas
Mare
13
West Union, IL
IL
$3,500
Not Sure
A sweet horse with a great personality friendly and gentle!..
Terre Haute, Indiana
Chocolate
Paint
Gelding
5
Terre Haute, IN
IN
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Quarter Horse Mare
Tiki is a wonderful Mare from Do You Have A Minute. Very sweet disposition..
Terre Haute, Indiana
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Terre Haute, IN
IN
$9,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
My daughter has too many horses to ride - we have to cut back - someone wi..
Terre Haute, Indiana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Terre Haute, IN
IN
$6,500
Paint Stallion
Hank is broke to ride, I have ridden him several times and he listens grea..
Terre Haute, Indiana
Red Dun
Paint
Stallion
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Terre Haute, IN
IN
$2,000
Paint Stallion
Great all around horse. Goes english or western. Has been shown in english ..
Lerna, Illinois
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Lerna, IL
IL
$5,000
Appaloosa Mare
Shelby is an 11 year old grade appaloosa mare. She is in foal to our appalo..
Sigel, Illinois
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Mare
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Sigel, IL
IL
$1,500
Appaloosa Stallion
Dakota is not registered, but he is broke to ride western for trails and ro..
Sigel, Illinois
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Sigel, IL
IL
$1,500
Paint Mare
Pepsi is a gorgeous black / white tobiano with lots of ribbon around her sp..
Terre Haute, Indiana
Paint
Mare
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Terre Haute, IN
IN
$2,500
Arabian Mare
Astra Girl is a beautiful Registered Arabian mare. Has been ridden by 13 ye..
Stewardson, Illinois
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Stewardson, IL
IL
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Dolly is a beautiful sorrel 5 year old granddaughter of the World Champion ..
Flat Rock, Illinois
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Flat Rock, IL
IL
$1,500
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About Oblong,IL

Oblong was incorporated in 1883. The original town site was on a naturally occurring oblongular prairie, hence the name. The crossroads at the town site was the location of a general store owned by Henry Peck. The prominent sign "Hen. Peck" gave rise to the village's original moniker, Henpeck.