Breeding Horses for Sale near Exeter, PA

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Quarter Horse Mare
Beautiful Jet Black AQHA Mare FOR SALE! This is a really nice mare - in f..
Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Tunkhannock, PA
PA
$2,300
Thoroughbred Mare
Middie is a fast mare that can turn on a dime. Built for speed and she use..
Columbia, New Jersey
Dun
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Columbia, NJ
NJ
$9,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Poco Poco Doco is a 1997 Bay AQHA Stallion. He is 83% NFQHA. He is quiet an..
Kunkletown, Pennsylvania
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Kunkletown, PA
PA
$7,500
Miniature Mare
Beautiful slightly oversized miniature mare. Already foaled. Great on a lea..
Beach Lake, Pennsylvania
Gray
Miniature
Mare
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Beach Lake, PA
PA
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
Excellent trail horse, safe, sane, nice jog, comfortable to ride, not spook..
Friendsville, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Friendsville, PA
PA
$2,600
Paint Mare
Kat is a one year old registered APHA bay tobiano filly. Her father is Sunn..
Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania
Black Overo
Paint
Mare
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Tunkhannock, PA
PA
$2,320
Appaloosa Mare
Cinny is a beautiful strawberry roan appaloosa mare. She sells with a breed..
Rome, Pennsylvania
Roan
Appaloosa
Mare
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Rome, PA
PA
$3,500
Appaloosa Mare
Pongo is a large appy pony. She is an easy keeper and excellant mother. She..
Rome, Pennsylvania
Other
Appaloosa
Mare
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Rome, PA
PA
$900
Half Arabian Mare
very pretty marked mare in foal to reg. appaloosa. Needs refreshing after t..
Bangor, Pennsylvania
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Bangor, PA
PA
$2,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Wonderful bay mare, she is out of Aguilucho (All the Options) a champion hu..
Columbia, New Jersey
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Columbia, NJ
NJ
$9,000
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About Exeter,PA

The name Exeter derives from the ancient city of Exeter in Devon, England. Numerous other places have also been given the same name. In the 1770s, English men, women, and children ( European-Americans) started to settle in the Wyoming Valley of Northeastern Pennsylvania. On July 1, 1778, during the Revolutionary War, Fort Jenkins (a patriot stockade east of present-day Exeter) surrendered to the British (under Major John Butler). It was later burned to the ground.