Beautiful, Bold, Flashy AQHA Palomino. Zipper stands 15. 2 hh and is 7 yrs..
About Hainesville,IL In 1838, a young boy named Elijah M. Haines (1822–1889) and his family moved from New York City to the Chicago area. In 1836, the young boy purchased a farm in Hainesville. During the winter of 1841–42, Haines taught school in Waukegan, Illinois (then known as Little Fort). In 1846, he surveyed and platted Hainesville.
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