Miniature Horses for Sale near Harrisburg, PA

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Crash - Gelding in Chambersburg, PA
Crash
Mini mule 1.5 years old. His name is crash he is young and sweet. Please co..
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
Brindle
Miniature
Gelding
1
Chambersburg, PA
PA
$2,000
gambler - Gelding in Schuylkill Haven, PA
Gambler
Beautiful 5 yr old jet black mini gelding. Very friendly. Loves attention...
Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania
Black
Miniature
Gelding
6
Schuylkill Haven, PA
PA
$1,200
Miniature Mare
Rescue: Lulu - mini mare approx 29 / 30 inches tall and 12 - 15 yr old lea..
Bernville, Pennsylvania
Bay
Miniature
Mare
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Bernville, PA
PA
$650
Miniature Mare
Lulu - mini mare approx 29 / 30 inches tall and 12 - 15 yr old lead line - ..
Bernville, Pennsylvania
Bay
Miniature
Mare
-
Bernville, PA
PA
$650
Miniature Stallion
Charlie - large mini shetland A type paint gelding - rides and drives - ap..
Bernville, Pennsylvania
Other
Miniature
Stallion
-
Bernville, PA
PA
$1,000
Miniature Mare
Sweetie is a 6 month old miniature horse filly. I just sent her papers out..
Hegins, Pennsylvania
Red Dun
Miniature
Mare
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Hegins, PA
PA
$500
Miniature Mare
Fanny is a 5 yr old double reg. Mini horse. Fanny has good conformation and..
Paradise, Pennsylvania
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
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Paradise, PA
PA
Contact
Miniature Stallion
Navaho's Midnight Rise: very correct 4 moth old mini colt. He is registerd,..
Paradise, Pennsylvania
Gray
Miniature
Stallion
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Paradise, PA
PA
$1,300
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About Harrisburg,PA

Harrisburg's site along the Susquehanna River is thought to have been inhabited by Native Americans as early as 3000 BC. Known to the Native Americans as "Peixtin", or " Paxtang", the area was an important resting place and crossroads for Native American traders, as the trails leading from the Delaware to the Ohio rivers, and from the Potomac to the Upper Susquehanna intersected there. The first European contact with Native Americans in Pennsylvania was made by the Englishman, Captain John Smith, who journeyed from Virginia up the Susquehanna River in 1608 and visited with the Susquehanna tribe. In 1719, John Harris, Sr., an English trader, settled here and 14 years later secured grants of 800 acres (3.2 km 2) in this vicinity. In 1785, John Harris, Jr.