Dunalino Cow Horse Stallion
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Waukon, IA
High Brow Hickory, Freckles bred. super disposition. pretty, well made, good minded
About Waukon, IA
Waukon is often said to be named for Waukon Decorah, a Ho Chunk (Winnebago) leader who was a U.S. ally during the 1832 Black Hawk War, although the city is also said to be named for his son Chief John Waukon. Winnebagos lived in this area of Iowa in the 1840s, before being forced to relocate to Minnesota. The first white settler arrived in 1849, and the town was founded and the Waukon Post Office opened in 1853. A courthouse was completed in 1861, and the county seat was moved to Waukon in 1867 after 8 elections attempting to decide the location of the county seat.