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Paint Stallion for Sale in East Berlin, PA
Oreo is STOCKY, and would make a great cowboy project horse. Has been tacked up but not ridden. We have only had him about 2 months and don't have the time to train him. He leads fine and is pretty easy to catch (walks right into his stall and will do anything for grain. . . lol) . Doesn't mind being sprayed off with the hose. Is ear shy but getting better. Has jumped (and cleared by atleast a foot) 4 foot from a stand still! Had good form too, would make an awesome jumper with some training. Would also be good for barrels or anything where speed is needed. May also make good bronc horse if not trained at all. NOT A KIDS HORSE! Seems like he wants to be loved but has had a rough life. Beautiful Horse!! Will Trade or Best Offer!
About East Berlin, PA
In 1764, John Frankenberger purchased and laid out eighty-five lots with streets and alleys and named it "Berlin," his home in Germany. Subsequently, confusion with another community in Pennsylvania, led to altering the name to "East Berlin." By 1797 under the new owner John Hildebrand, East Berlin had approximately one hundred houses. When York County was divided in 1800, East Berlin became part of the newly created Adams County. In 1877, the Berlin Branch Railroad was completed, linking the town to Berlin Junction on the Hanover Junction, Hanover and Gettysburg Railroad. The railroad operated until 1914, when the tracks were removed from East Berlin to Abbottstown.