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Thoroughbred Stallion for Sale in Doylestown, PA
Dancer, Grey 7 yr old 15.1 welsh/thoroughbred gelding. show winning mover has done local shows showing in baby green. can jump a 2'6 course, showing a lot of potential. he goes around a course very easy and willing and he has bean on a few trials and he loved it. gets along with other horses easily in the pasture but isn't fazed if let alone. He is a easy keeper. very friendly personality he loves to be in your pocket and is very good around kids and dogs. he has never pinned his . he doesn't wear shoes and is up to date on all of his shots. he can load, lounge, and stand quite for the vet. I couldn't say enough good things about this horse. my asking price for him is 4,000
About Doylestown, PA
Like most of the region, the area of what is now Doylestown was inhabited by the Lenape people until the arrival of the Europeans. Doylestown's origins date to March 1745 when William Doyle obtained a license to build a tavern on what is now the northwest corner of Dyers Road and Coryell's Ferry Road (now Main and State Streets). Known for years as "William Doyle's Tavern," its strategic location, at the intersection of the road (now U.S. Route 202) linking Swede's Ford ( Norristown) and Coryell's Ferry ( New Hope) and the road (now PA Route 611) linking Philadelphia and Easton, allowed the hamlet to blossom into a village. The first church was erected in 1815, followed by a succession of congregations throughout the 19th century.