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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Canonsburg, PA
A wonderful four year old mare that is great around everyone. She is going partially blind in her one eye. She was bought for our daughter to race barrels and now decided she wants a smaller horse. She has excellent bloodlines for breeding. Hate to sell her but need a new horse for our daughter. I would keep her myself to breed but dont have the time for breeding. Good for the vet, farrier. lunges, loves to be brushed, trail rides, needs someone to give her a good home with lots of love. until she is sold we are still using her in halter through 4- h. email me with any questions. 1500. 00 obo
About Canonsburg, PA
The exact date of the first settlement near the current site of Canonsburg is unclear. Colonel John Canon, a common miller who also served as justice of the Virginia courts at Fort Dunmore (better known as Fort Pitt, now Pittsburgh), purchased some land from the state of Virginia around Chartiers Creek, sometime before May 1780. The state had claimed what is now southwestern Pennsylvania in a dispute that would not finally be settled until later in the decade. In 1781 Pennsylvania carved Washington County out of Westmoreland County, and the county seat was established at Washington. The notes of the first session of the Washington County Court during that year indicate a call for a road from Canon's mill to Pittsburgh.