Arabian Horses for Sale near Uniontown, PA

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Arabian Mare
Additional Comments: This filly is beautiful on the inside as well as the o..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Arabian
Mare
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
$1,500
Arabian Stallion
Epic is SE / Asil / Dahaman Shahwan strain. He has a wonderful personality..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
$5,000
Arabian Mare
"Tank" is a white flea bitten 22 year old Arabian. She stands around 16 hh..
Grindstone, Pennsylvania
White
Arabian
Mare
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Grindstone, PA
PA
$800
Arabian Mare
Powerful Straight Egyptian mare with bloodlines to die for. Long neck, sea..
Coraopolis, Pennsylvania
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Coraopolis, PA
PA
$5,000
Arabian Stallion
Thee Epic (Thee Desperado x The Morning Starr (The Minstril) Gorgeous stall..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
$15,000
Arabian Mare
EA Indae Salib (Thee Infidel x The Morning Starr - The Minstril) Beautiful ..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
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Arabian Stallion
Sinatra BHF+ (Shahcago x Khemoroyale) Gorgeous liver chestnut gelding with ..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
$22,000
Arabian Mare
Glory El Shaddai (Thee Epic (Thee Desperado x The Morning Starr) x Glorieta..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
$15,000
Arabian Mare
This filly has an Egptian Pedigree that is to die for. She is broke to Eng..
Bolivar, Pennsylvania
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Bolivar, PA
PA
$4,000
Arabian Stallion
This stallion is sired by the late CH Harvest Commander. Excellent conforma..
Berlin, Pennsylvania
Palomino
Arabian
Stallion
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Berlin, PA
PA
$750
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About Uniontown,PA

Popularly known as "Beesontown", the "town of Union" was founded by Henry Beeson on July 4, 1776, coincidentally the same date the United States Declaration of Independence was ratified. The National Road, also known as the Cumberland Road, was routed through Uniontown in the early 19th century, and the town grew along with the road (now US 40). 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Uniontown is Fort Necessity, built by George Washington during the French and Indian War (part of the international Seven Years' War) as well as the site of the Battle of Jumonville Glen, where the North American branch of the war began. Uniontown's role in the Underground Railroad in the antebellum years is commemorated by a marker on the corner of East Main Street and Baker Alley. Residents helped slaves escaping from the South to freedom.