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Arabian Stallion at Stud in Neillsville, WI
99. 6% arab reg. IAHA 8A 337581, PtHA 98074, PHRI 1991***08, NPAR 101 bay and white stallion has produced 90% color to date and thats on solid mares, out of a black breed mare, would consider a lease for 2007, hand or pasture breeds, easy to handle has been started undersaddle. OFFER 1 / 2 price breed back for solid foals, LFG. $300 for non arab mares visit our site www. freewebs. com / hasanspintoarabs
About Neillsville, WI
The Ojibwa were the earliest known residents of the Neillsville area. The first settlers of European descent in the area were James O'Neill and his party, who arrived around 1845, looking for a location to build a sawmill along the Black River. The city was named in honor of O'Neill, as was O'Neill Creek, which runs through the center of the city and drains into the Black River. In 1854, O’Neill's Mill, as Neillsville was originally called, was selected as the county seat of Clark County. Neillsville was platted on April 14, 1855 and incorporated in April 1882.