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Andalusian Mare for Sale in Potomac, IL
This Andalusian / Thoroughbred cross gives you a rare combination of spirit, beauty, level headedness and agility needed for any discipline. Refe is already showing her fancy footwork. She has had imprint training and loves attention. She accepts the halter, leads, stands for the farrier, bathes, moves away from hand pressure and accepts things thrown on her back. Her sire is the well known Santiago. Her dam, Candy, has excellent bloodlines, a great personality and is registered with the Sport Horse registry. Refe can also be double registered with the Iberian Warmblood Association along with IALHA.
About Potomac, IL
The town was originally named Marysville after the wives of the two founders, John Smith and Isaac Meneley, who started businesses here circa 1840. On May 13, 1871, a post office was established at the town and was named Potomac, most likely after the Potomac River. The town's name was later changed to conform to this. The town was hit by a tornado in April 1953, injuring a dozen people. Potomac prospered into the late 20th century, with a population peaking at 900 during the 1970 census, due in part to its location along US Route 136, one of the primary East-West highways crossing the state of Illinois.