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Paint Mare for Sale in Hummelstown, PA
Gorgeous, uniquely marked, registered filly, wonderful disposition, ties, leads, loads, clips, calm, sound, out of national champion reining horse, flawless conformation, will be tall, very friendly, loves people, safe to work around, ready to start breaking for riding in the spring.
About Hummelstown, PA
Hummelstown was founded as "Fredrickstown" in 1762 by two Germans, Frederick and Rosina Hummel. They purchased the land for 200 pounds sterling, then divided the area into building lots, which were sold to German settlers. During the mid 19th century, the Union Canal along Swatara Creek was an important factor in the development of the local economy, promoting trade and transportation. The town was located on the Berks-Dauphin Turnpike, and later it was served by the Union Canal which paralleled Swatara Creek bordering the north and the west sides of the town, and was opened in 1827. The Lebanon Valley Railroad arrived in 1858.