Breeding Horses for Sale near White Haven, PA

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Lusitano Mare
This spirited little filly is the spitting image of her very special mothe..
Blairstown, New Jersey
Gray
Lusitano
Mare
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Blairstown, NJ
NJ
$15,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Flashy, 16. 2 hand, bay mare with blaze and 4 white socks. Great mind. Nic..
Strausstown, Pennsylvania
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Strausstown, PA
PA
$3,500
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
Swedish Warmblood Mare
Swedish Warmblood / TB Mare ~ Beautiful Chestnut with snip and 2 hind socks..
Milford, New Jersey
Chestnut
Swedish Warmblood
Mare
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Milford, NJ
NJ
$2,500
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
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 White Haven,PA

White Haven was created in 1824 by industrialist Josiah White. It was later incorporated as a borough in 1842. Early European explorers to the Wyoming Valley encountered a new form of coal — anthracite — that was abundant throughout the region. At the time, anthracite was a valuable commodity without a good use. It wasn’t until February 11, 1808, when Wilkes-Barre Judge Jesse Fell created the first iron grate in the valley to successfully burn anthracite.