Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Cedar Rapids, IA

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Dee - Mare in Baldwin, IA
Dee
Yealing, Dam AQHA foundation, Sire, APHA back to Mr. Norfleet, this mare ha..
Baldwin, Iowa
Sorrel Overo
Paint
Mare
4
Baldwin, IA
IA
$4,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
2007 AQHA / APHA Gelding offered for sale. 15. 2 hands and growing. Sorre..
Marion, Iowa
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Marion, IA
IA
$2,000
Paint Stallion
I am not selling him I am just looking for a place to board him @. I am a ..
Jesup, Iowa
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
-
Jesup, IA
IA
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Arabian Stallion
Kamaro is a registered Arabian with the conformation, size, athleticism and..
Durant, Iowa
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
-
Durant, IA
IA
$1,200
Pinto Stallion
sorrel and white tobiano gelding. Paint and appaloosa cross. no papers. Tr..
Onslow, Iowa
Sorrel
Pinto
Stallion
-
Onslow, IA
IA
$1,500
Spanish Mustang Stallion
Diego is a wonderful spansih mustang stallion. Very intelligent, sure foote..
Lost Nation, Iowa
Grulla
Spanish Mustang
Stallion
-
Lost Nation, IA
IA
$300
Half Arabian Mare
Still growing! Easy moving, pretty filly with intelligence and a willing at..
Wilton, Iowa
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
-
Wilton, IA
IA
$1,200
Quarter Horse Stallion
Well built Arab / Quarter cross weanling colt. Looking for a future Western..
Durant, Iowa
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Durant, IA
IA
$800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Normin (his barn name ) is a horse that is beautiful he is loaded with lots..
Marion, Iowa
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Marion, IA
IA
$3,500
Half Arabian Stallion
Well built Arab / Quarter cross weanling colt. Looking for a future Wester..
Durant, Iowa
Bay
Half Arabian
Stallion
-
Durant, IA
IA
$800
Pinto Stallion
*SOLD Out of Jack's Lucky Diamond, a quarter horse mare, by a paint / Arabi..
Wilton, Iowa
Black Overo
Pinto
Stallion
-
Wilton, IA
IA
$1,500
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About Cedar Rapids,IA

The location of present-day Cedar Rapids was in the territory of the Fox and Sac tribes. The first white settler on the site of the future city was Osgood Shepherd, who built a log cabin (which he called a tavern) in 1837 or 1838 next to the Cedar River (then known as the Red Cedar) at what is now the corner of First Avenue and First Street Northeast. Shepherd was a squatter who claimed the land without legal title and also a reputed ne’er-do-well, who, if he was not a horse thief himself, definitely consorted with them. Early on, it appears that he “jumped the claim” of another squatter, Wilbert Stone, who had built a cabin and platted out a town, some distance south of Shepherd's cabin, that he called Columbus. Shepherd drove Stone across the river, claiming that Stone had built his cabin on Shepherd's land, then sold Stone's cabin to a buyer named Hull.