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Paint Mare for Sale in Washington, PA
3 year old, breeding stock paint, has had 6 months pro training. Nice mare, sound with no vices. Out of Sheza A Blue Girl, sired by Ris Key Business. Nice mover, lots of potential - also registered in the breeder's trust program
About Washington, PA
Delaware Indian chief Tangooqua, commonly known as "Catfish", had a camp on a branch of Chartiers Creek, in what is now part of the city of Washington. The French labeled the area "Wissameking", meaning "catfish place", as early as 1757. The area of Washington was settled by many immigrants from Scotland and the north of Ireland along with settlers from eastern and central parts of colonial Virginia. It was first settled by colonists around 1768. The Pennsylvania General Assembly passed an act on March 28, 1781, erecting the County of Washington and naming "Catfish Camp" as the place for holding the first election.