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Paso Fino Stallion at Stud in Hayesville, NC
Calm & Gentle Disposition; Natural Gait; Resorte Champion Bloodlines; Good Conformation; Versatile Riding on Trails, Parades, Beach and Roads; Very Willing; Impacto Has a Kind & Sweet Heart; Live Cover Only
About Hayesville, NC
Hayesville occupies the site of the former Cherokee town of Quanassee, which lay along the Trading Path (also called the "Unicoi Turnpike"). The road led from Quanassee west to present-day Murphy, North Carolina, then over the Unicoi Range at Unicoi Gap and down to the Cherokee town of Great Tellico (today Tellico Plains, Tennessee) (Duncan 2003:245). The town's present day name owes to Mr. George Hayes, who was running for representative from Cherokee County in the fall election of 1860. When campaigning in the southeastern end of the county he discovered that its residents wished to separate from Cherokee County and form their own county seat.