Breeding Horses for Sale near Shenandoah, PA

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Marie - Mare in Birdsboro, PA
Marie
For your consideration: Marie Joelle // Marie 2014 ottb mare Currently loca..
Birdsboro, Pennsylvania
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
7
Birdsboro, PA
PA
$2,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Flashy, 16. 2 hand, bay mare with blaze and 4 white socks. Great mind. Nic..
Strausstown, Pennsylvania
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Strausstown, PA
PA
$3,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Alexandra's Hope - 5 year old Thoroughbred mare. Good brood mare potential..
Montgomery, Pennsylvania
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Montgomery, PA
PA
$500
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
-
Kunkletown, PA
PA
$7,500
Pony Mare
Cinnamon is an absolutely precious mare with a very unique marking: an upsi..
Grantville, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Pony
Mare
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Grantville, PA
PA
$700
Pony Mare
This mare has been bred a few times already, and has produced paint foals. ..
Grantville, Pennsylvania
Other
Pony
Mare
-
Grantville, PA
PA
$800
Draft Mare
This mare is broke western, shown western pleasure, 4- H, trail rides, gree..
Elizabethville, Pennsylvania
Gray
Draft
Mare
-
Elizabethville, PA
PA
$2,500
Arabian Mare
Windsong Bey (AHA #509784, Sweepstakes Nom. ) (Wind Storm V (Huckleberry Be..
Robesonia, Pennsylvania
Bay
Arabian
Mare
-
Robesonia, PA
PA
$12,500
Arabian Mare
1985 purebred, registered Arabian mare. Sport horse broodmare candidate. 5..
Montgomery, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
-
Montgomery, PA
PA
$1,000
Paint Mare
wondeful mare, great disposition, child safe, bombproof, great broodmare - ..
Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Tobiano
Paint
Mare
-
Hummelstown, PA
PA
$3,700
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About Shenandoah,PA

The origin of the name Shenandoah is much debated. One theory holds that Shenandoah received its name from an Indian word meaning 'sprucy stream' or 'river flowing alongside high hills and mountains'. [ citation needed ] Another origin theory is that the town was named after the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. The Virginia valley in turn took its name from an Iroquoian word meaning 'deer'.