Miniature Horses for Sale near Elkton, MD

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Sparkie - Gelding in Strasburg, PA
Sparkie
7 yr old mini gelding. Rides and drives. Great childrens pony..
Strasburg, Pennsylvania
Black Overo
Miniature
Gelding
7
Strasburg, PA
PA
$1,250
Tinker - Stallion in Strasburg, PA
Tinker
3 yr old paint mini stallion. One awesome little fellow. Very tame and ..
Strasburg, Pennsylvania
Brown
Miniature
Stallion
5
Strasburg, PA
PA
$900
Buddy
10 yr old mini stallion. Rides and drives,,friendly,,,$975..
Strasburg, Pennsylvania
Sorrel
Miniature
Stallion
10
Strasburg, PA
PA
$975
Sparkle
8 yr old black an white paint mini gelding,,,absolutely broke to ride and d..
Strasburg, Pennsylvania
Black Overo
Miniature
Gelding
9
Strasburg, PA
PA
$1,300
Miniature Mare
This is a beautiful brood mare. She has had many foals and a great mom. Sh..
Williamstown, New Jersey
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
-
Williamstown, NJ
NJ
$1,300
Miniature Stallion
"Apache" would make a great pet for anyone wanting a lovey. He's a beautif..
Sicklerville, New Jersey
Sorrel
Miniature
Stallion
-
Sicklerville, NJ
NJ
$1,100
Miniature Stallion
LW's Ace in a Hole. This boy is an eye catcher you won't regret. Straight..
Sicklerville, New Jersey
Miniature
Stallion
-
Sicklerville, NJ
NJ
$200
Miniature Mare
Flicka is a beautiful black filly with a TON of personality. We like to c..
Sicklerville, New Jersey
Black
Miniature
Mare
-
Sicklerville, NJ
NJ
$1,600
Miniature Mare
Fanny is a 5 yr old double reg. Mini horse. Fanny has good conformation and..
Paradise, Pennsylvania
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
-
Paradise, PA
PA
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Miniature Stallion
Navaho's Midnight Rise: very correct 4 moth old mini colt. He is registerd,..
Paradise, Pennsylvania
Gray
Miniature
Stallion
-
Paradise, PA
PA
$1,300
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About Elkton,MD

The town was founded by Swedish mariners and fisherman from Fort Casimir who settled the area in 1694. They called their settlement Head of Elk, as it was the head of navigation of the Elk River. The town saw several actions during the American Revolutionary War. On Aug. 25, 1777, Sir William Howe's Anglo-German army (13,000 British soldiers and 5,000 Germans) landed on the Elk River and marched 11 miles north to Head of Elk.