Jumping Horses for Sale near Brownsville, PA

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Gnocchi - Gelding in Allison Park, PA
Gnocchi
Nobody’s Business, “Gnocchi”, is an 8 year old Oldenburg (sire), Thoroughbr..
Allison Park, Pennsylvania
Bay
Oldenburg
Gelding
10
Allison Park, PA
PA
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 - Stallion in Cranberry Township, PA
Appendix Stallion
Ellie is a big beautiful grey Appendix mare. She just turned 11, and stands..
Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania
Gray
Appendix
Stallion
18
Cranberry Township, PA
PA
$3,500
Half Arabian Stallion
"SKIP"is 7 yr old arab / qtr horse cross, 15. 3 hnd. skip has had some pro..
Grantsville, Maryland
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Grantsville, MD
MD
$2,300
Mustang Stallion
Steele is beautiful but sadly I must sell him. He and his mom are too atta..
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
Black
Mustang
Stallion
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Canonsburg, PA
PA
$1,200
Thoroughbred Stallion
Laddie is a very sweet horse. I have shown him under Hunter Jumper and i u..
Wexford, Pennsylvania
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Wexford, PA
PA
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Selle Francais Stallion
7 year old warmblood / quarterhorse cross. Successfully shown Childrens hun..
Valencia, Pennsylvania
Bay
Selle Francais
Stallion
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Valencia, PA
PA
$13,900
Saddlebred Mare
Blondie is a registered saddlebred mare. very quiet. has shown in both sad..
Fredericktown, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Saddlebred
Mare
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Fredericktown, PA
PA
$2,500
Pony Mare
addie is a 12 hand 13 year old welsh pony cross that can do it all she has ..
Irwin, Pennsylvania
Bay
Pony
Mare
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Irwin, PA
PA
$8,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Buddy J is great at jumping (current rider schools up to 3. 3) , dressage a..
Murrysville, Pennsylvania
Gray
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Murrysville, PA
PA
$3,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
16. 1 h chestnut TB 13 yrs. gelding, trained by former Olympian, successful..
Champion, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Champion, PA
PA
$35,000
Paint Mare
Dawn McCue ("Falcon") is a talented, athletic, and smart mare that would ma..
Oakland, Maryland
Black Overo
Paint
Mare
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Oakland, MD
MD
$5,800
Miniature Stallion
American Dreams Here Comes THe Sun "Sunny" is a beautiful black gelding. Hi..
Export, Pennsylvania
Black
Miniature
Stallion
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Export, PA
PA
$1,500
Miniature Stallion
My Dreams Storm Trooper is double registered AMHA & AMHR. He is beautiful a..
Export, Pennsylvania
Pinto
Miniature
Stallion
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Export, PA
PA
$3,500
Trakehner Stallion
Earl is a Gentleman. . . he also passes his wonderful temperament onto his ..
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Bay
Trakehner
Stallion
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Pittsburgh, PA
PA
$750
Thoroughbred Mare
TB / App filly, green broke, started w / t, backup, leg yield, trail, poles..
New Florence, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
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New Florence, PA
PA
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About Brownsville,PA

In pre-Columbian times, the right bank Monongahela held several mounds where iron rich red stone predominated, [d] now believed to have been constructed by a branch of the Mound Builders cultures, but were believed by colonials to have been forts—leading to the area near the river crossing being called Redstone Old Fort in various colonial government records, and later Fort Burd, when an arms cache was built there. By the time the region first became known to Dutch colonists and traders and the French in the 1640s, the lands were largely unoccupied, [e] but under the management of one tribe or shared by several groups of Iroquoian peoples, likely the Erie people, or Wenro people [f] and possibly shared with Seneca, the Shawnee people and the Susquehannocks. With all the rivers and streams tributary to the Monongahela, Youghiogheny, Allegheny Rivers, there is little known about the region's precise role in the Beaver Wars of the 17th century, but when French and Dutch and Swedish fur traders penetrated to the Greater Ohio Basin in the 1640s-1650s, the one thing that seemed clear to those observers was the lands later termed the Ohio Country seemed empty and unpopulated. When in the 17th century, the occasional Englishman, as provincial Virginian or Marylanders generated their observations the emptiness of the region was confirmed. Before the 1750s, the area was 'colonized' by weakened remnant tribes such as the Delaware, the few Erie and the Susquehannock survivors (climbing the gaps of the Allegheny) the Iroquois allowed to move there as tributary peoples.