James Ben Ali Haggin owned most of Rancho Del Paso in northern Sacramento County and used its 64 square miles to develop what became the world’s largest and most successful horse breeding farm.
James Ben Ali Haggin owned most of Rancho Del Paso in northern Sacramento County and used its 64 square miles to develop what became the world’s largest and most successful horse breeding farm. Bee Archives Bee Archives
James Ben Ali Haggin owned most of Rancho Del Paso in northern Sacramento County and used its 64 square miles to develop what became the world’s largest and most successful horse breeding farm. Bee Archives Bee Archives

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