Paint Horses for Sale near Avoca, PA

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Rango - Gelding in Bath, PA
Rango
Flashy Trail Horse Deluxe- 9 yr old Sorrel Paint Gelding For Sale 14.3h Ran..
Bath, Pennsylvania
Sorrel Overo
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Gelding
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Bath, PA
PA
$6,900
Paint Mare
Flashy Paints and Quarterhorses for sale. English and Western show prospec..
Friendsville, Pennsylvania
Bay
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Mare
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Friendsville, PA
PA
$1,200
Paint Stallion
Cooterman is a 9 year old show horse ridden mostly western with some Engli..
Berwick, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
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Stallion
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Berwick, PA
PA
$5,500
Paint Stallion
Good looking paint. Great solid build. Barrel trained but would be great ..
Nazareth, Pennsylvania
Paint
Stallion
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Nazareth, PA
PA
$4,500
Paint Mare
This is a super mare, she'll go anywhere, do anything you ask. Experienced ..
Nicholson, Pennsylvania
Paint
Mare
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Nicholson, PA
PA
$3,500
Paint Stallion
For the past year tino and his owner have been in training with an FEI trai..
Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania
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Stallion
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Tunkhannock, PA
PA
$9,000
Paint Mare
Kat is a one year old registered APHA bay tobiano filly. Her father is Sunn..
Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania
Black Overo
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Mare
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Tunkhannock, PA
PA
$2,320
Paint Mare
Special Ginger Star - Reg. Paint QH mare. Excellent Blooodlines Several APH..
Walnutport, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
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Mare
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Walnutport, PA
PA
$2,500
Paint Stallion
"Max" is a red and white paint gelding. He is over 15 hands now and won't ..
Rome, Pennsylvania
Other
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Stallion
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Rome, PA
PA
$1,500
Paint Stallion
Good tempered paint gelding, dark brown with white markings. Trails rides, ..
Bangor, Pennsylvania
Tobiano
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Stallion
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Bangor, PA
PA
$2,500
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About Avoca,PA

The community was incorporated as a borough in 1871. Its original name was “Pleasant Valley.” However, in 1887, it changed its name to “Avoca,” because the name "Pleasant Valley" was already used elsewhere in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It was named after Avoca, County Wicklow, in Ireland. The following year, on October 10, 1888, the borough suffered a major tragedy when dozens of its own residents were killed in a train wreck known as the Mud Run Disaster. It occurred at 8:02 p.m., when two trains collided in Kidder Township, Carbon County, Pennsylvania.