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Andalusian Stallion for Sale in Potomac, IL
Freedom's confirmation as a foal is outstanding. He has a proud stance. He has been imprint trained, lifts his feet, leads and is easy to handle. He is a very friendly horse and loves attention. His sire, RC Duque, is an up and coming Champion. In 2006 he won National Reserve Champion for a two year old Spanish Colt, Gold Metal Best in Movement and National Top 5 Champion two year old colt. The Mare, DT Merles Leo San Gal also has Champion bloodlines. Cherokee Siemon is her great grand sire and was a 6 X APHA Grand Champion and 11 X reserve Grand Champion. His sire was the famous Leo San Siemon. She also has Mardelle Dixon who was a APHA World Champion Sire. Plus her other grandsire, Hotshot Hancock, was a legend in the Paint Horse World.
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.