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Arabian Mare for Sale in Bloomsburg, PA
Stormy is an excellent mover, and, while small, would be a fine hunter or junior hunter. Well bred, intelligent and people oriented. Excellent ground manners, 60 days pro training, very quick to learn. Gets along well with other horses, most other animals. I'm in a wheel chair because of a back injury, and must sell this mare. She's been around dogs, cats, deer, goats, and was pastured near a major highway, and an Air Force Base, so is used to helicopters and planes flying overhead, and big rigs going by. She has excellent feet, has never needed shoes. Price negotiable
About Bloomsburg, PA
The first signs of European settlement date to the year 1772, when James McClure established a log cabin in the area. Until the mid-19th century, it was just a small village, known as Bloom Township. Traditionally, Bloomsburg's founding in 1802 has been ascribed to settler Ludwig Eyer, son of Johann Martin Eyer, acting as agent for his brother Johann Adam. For 75 years after the discovery of ore in the area, [ when? ] Bloomsburg developed a booming iron industry. Since its incorporation on March 4, 1870, Bloomsburg has held the distinction of being the only town in Pennsylvania.