Driving Horses for Sale near Hagerstown, MD

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Spotted Saddle Gelding
Kroger is a kid broke spotted draft gelding , he is 12 years old. He rides ..
Rockville, Maryland
Pinto
Spotted Saddle
Gelding
16
Rockville, MD
MD
$3,500
Saddlebred Stallion
Prophet is fully papered well behaved guy, he has been started under saddl..
Poolesville, Maryland
Bay
Saddlebred
Stallion
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Poolesville, MD
MD
$5,000
Standardbred Stallion
Jitters is a gentle giant. Our 9 and 7 year old girls ride him with just a..
Biglerville, Pennsylvania
Brown
Standardbred
Stallion
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Biglerville, PA
PA
$1,500
Morgan Stallion
Old Dominion 2005: 1 st, 3 & over Stallions In Hand - 1 st, Western Pleasu..
Boonsboro, Maryland
Bay
Morgan
Stallion
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Boonsboro, MD
MD
$5,000
Paso Fino Stallion
I am off to college and need to find a good home for my horse asap. My geld..
Greencastle, Pennsylvania
Bay
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Greencastle, PA
PA
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
For Sale: Quarter Horse / Percheron mare;15. 1 hh; 15 years old. Molly is a..
Boyce, Virginia
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Boyce, VA
VA
$2,800
Haflinger Stallion
Piping hot is the perfect pony for any kid or small adult looking to have f..
Greencastle, Pennsylvania
Sorrel
Haflinger
Stallion
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Greencastle, PA
PA
$3,000
Clydesdale Stallion
Flash is an extremel laid back, easy going gelding. Walks, trots, canters,..
Mcconnellsburg, Pennsylvania
Red Roan
Clydesdale
Stallion
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Mcconnellsburg, PA
PA
$2,500
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About Hagerstown,MD

In 1739, Jonathan Hager, a German immigrant from Pennsylvania and a volunteer Captain of Scouts, purchased 200 acres (81 ha) of land in the Great Appalachian Valley between the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains in Maryland and called it Hager’s Fancy. In 1762, Hager officially founded the town of Elizabethtown which he named after his wife, Elizabeth Kershner. Fourteen years later, Jonathan Hager became known as the "Father of Washington County" after his efforts helped Hagerstown become the county seat of newly created Washington County, which Hager also helped create from neighboring Frederick County. The City Council changed the community's name to Hager's-Town in 1813 because the name had gained popular usage, and in the following year, the Maryland State Legislature officially endorsed the changing of the town’s name. In 1794, government forces arrested 150 citizens during a draft riot which was staged by protesters in response to the Whiskey Rebellion.