Fox Hunting Horses for Sale near Mountville, PA

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Coach Meyer - Gelding in Manchester, MD
Coach Meyer
Coach is a coming 5 year old 16.2hh thoroughbred gelding. Coach loves to ju..
Manchester, Maryland
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
6
Manchester, MD
MD
$5,000
Jinx - Gelding in Lancaster, PA
Jinx
Jinx is a QH cross gelding standing at 14.2 hands. Jinx is spunky, upbeat, ..
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Bay
Other
Gelding
13
Lancaster, PA
PA
$2,500
Brynn - Mare in MONKTON, MD
Brynn
Brynn has shown, foxhunted and trail rides . She jumps with superb athletic..
Monkton, Maryland
Chestnut
Welsh Pony
Mare
14
Monkton, MD
MD
$8,750
 - Gelding in Middletown, PA
Belgian Warmblood Gelding
Trojan would make a fabulous foxhunter. He hacks out alone and with company..
Middletown, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Belgian Warmblood
Gelding
17
Middletown, PA
PA
$12,000
Welsh Pony Stallion
Welsh / Draft cross. 14. 1 hands. 5 yrs. Big, fat & cute as can be. Perfe..
New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Welsh Pony
Stallion
-
New Bloomfield, PA
PA
$5,000
Appendix Stallion
Sadly Im moving & cant take my horse, he is AWESOME, the best! I have been ..
Newark, Delaware
Chestnut
Appendix
Stallion
-
Newark, DE
DE
$6,000
Welsh Pony Mare
7 years, impeccable barn manners - no vices - foxhunter, trail, lead line, ..
Chester Springs, Pennsylvania
Roan
Welsh Pony
Mare
-
Chester Springs, PA
PA
Contact
Thoroughbred Mare
THis very cute mare loves poeple. shes full of energy and very athletic. sh..
Grantville, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Grantville, PA
PA
$1,400
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About Mountville,PA

On January 11, 1814, Issac Rohrer laid out the town that became known as Mountville, dividing it into 130 building lots, sold by lottery. Located four miles east of Columbia in West Hempfield Township on the Lancaster and Susquehanna Turnpike, Mountville was originally named Mount Pleasant because it was situated on an elevation affording a pleasant view of the surrounding countryside in every direction. In 1842, when the first post office was established in the town, the name was changed to Mountville because the postal service already had another Mount Pleasant registered in Pennsylvania. Recognizing the need for a municipal water system, the town incorporated as a borough in 1906. After several annexations of land adjoining the borough through the years since, Mountville now consists of just under one square mile of residential, commercial, industrial and public property.