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Mare for Sale in Punxsutawney, PA
MAGICAL WORLD OF DANCING HORSES is offering one of our yearlings. She is by our Spotted Saddlebred Stallion "ROCKEN TO THE MAX" and out of one of our beautiful MAGICAL WORLD Gypsy/Friesians "Dana" Don't miss out on this chance to own this rare Spotted Saddlebred/Gypsy/Friesian Filly. Born May 16, 2019 Please watch the video to the end. This filly has an exceptional disposition and desire to learn and please. She is Long Reining, Lunging, wearing saddle and bridle, doing all kinds of ground work showing full body control and check out what she does on obstacles. I guarantee once she is of age to ride she will break out very easily under saddle. Click on the video below. https://youtu.be/EN6IcNL_D0c This is a video of our 2019 Spotted Saddlebred/Gypsy/Friesian Filly
... more»she is a yearling. This video was taken in July of 2020. She is progressing beautifully in her training. She has been handled since birth. She is very kind and quiet and eager to learn. She has a super foundation on her as you will see in the video. Asking $10,000 We are located in Punxsutawney Pa. at the Magical World of Dancing Horses Dinner Theatre.. 814-246-8221
About Punxsutawney, PA
Shawnee wigwam villages once occupied this site on the Mahoning Creek. The first settlement that included non-indigenous people was in 1772, when Reverend John Ettwein, a Moravian Church missionary, arrived with a band of 241 Christianized Delaware Indians. Swarms of gnats plagued early settlers and their livestock for years, and are blamed for Ettwein's failure to establish a permanent settlement there. The clouds of biting gnats eventually drove the Indians away. The Indians called the insects ponkies (living dust and ashes), and called their village Ponkis Utenink (land of the ponkies), from which the present name Punxsutawney evolved.