Appendix Horses for Sale near Aberdeen, MD

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Frankie is dead quiet. She is going undersaddle and is a great mover with ..
Jarrettsville, Maryland
Bay
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Jarrettsville, MD
MD
$20,000
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Toots is very sweet. She would be great for a kid moving up from a pony. S..
Jarrettsville, Maryland
Bay
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Jarrettsville, MD
MD
$15,000
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Mozart is a wonderful, quiet, EZ horse for anyone. Super lesson horse. Wil..
Elkridge, Maryland
Bay
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Elkridge, MD
MD
$2,900
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Brandy is a beautiful well mannered mare, very calm and an easy keep. She ..
Chester Springs, Pennsylvania
Bay
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Chester Springs, PA
PA
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Sadly Im moving & cant take my horse, he is AWESOME, the best! I have been ..
Newark, Delaware
Chestnut
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Newark, DE
DE
$6,000
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Veteran, 13 year old QH well known on circuit for performance as hunter. Wa..
Clarksville, Maryland
Gray
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Clarksville, MD
MD
$12,500
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opie. . is a 4 yr old dead quiet stallion, home raise , parents avail to se..
West Chester, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
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West Chester, PA
PA
$7,500
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About Aberdeen,MD

Aberdeen was named after Aberdeen, Scotland, by immigrating Scots. [ citation needed ] The James B. Baker House, Chestnut Ridge, Griffith House, Poplar Hill, Sophia's Dairy, and Swansbury are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Aberdeen began as a farming community in 1720, when Charles Calvert, the fifth Lord Baltimore, granted 1,140 acres of fertile land to Edward Hall. Located on the western edge of the Chesapeake on the main road between Alexandria and Philadelphia called the Old Post Road, the village at Halls Cross Road remained small until the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad scouted the area for a watering station in 1835.