2009 17.2 h AQHA Bay Gelding
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Brookville, PA
Kiss Me Sweetie aka “Max” is a gorgeous 17.2 h Bay Gelding. He is registered AQHA. He excels and has points in HUS, eq, showmanship, and halter. Most recently owned and shown by an 11 year old. He was priced at $17,500 but because he has not be ridden recently due to his riders change of discipline his price has been drastically reduced. Come get him now and get him ready to show again before he is put back into training and price goes back up!
About Brookville, PA
The area was initially settled in the late 1790s upon the arrival of brothers Joseph and Andrew Barnett, as well as their brother-in-law Samuel Scott, who together established the first settlement at the confluence of the Sandy Lick and Mill Creeks in the area now known as Port Barnett. The first non-Native American settler of the land within the eventual town limits was Moses Knapp, who built a log house at the confluence of North Fork Creek and Sandy Lick Creek (which form Redbank Creek) in 1801. Brookville's main source of economic development throughout the 19th century was the lumber industry. Brookville's many creeks and its connection to larger rivers (the Clarion to the north, which, like the Redbank, flows to the Allegheny) allowed for extensive construction of lumber mills along the watersheds and the floating of timber to markets in Pittsburgh. The town enjoyed great economic success during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, serving as home to several factories, breweries, an important railroad stop for local coal and timber, and briefly the Twyford Motor Car Company, which operated from 1905 to 1907 and produced the world's first four-wheel drive automobile.