Paint Horses for Sale near Sunbury, PA

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Paint Mare
Very fancy paint mare. 15. 2+ hands. 4 yrs. Beautiful markings. Loads of c..
Millerstown, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
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Millerstown, PA
PA
$5,500
Paint Mare
she is a ranch horse, cow horse, barrel racing horse, bombproof, kidsafe, t..
Trevorton, Pennsylvania
Bay
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Trevorton, PA
PA
$1,200
Paint Stallion
Beautifully marked 14 month old colt. Mother is on the premises. The sky i..
Montgomery, Pennsylvania
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Montgomery, PA
PA
$2,500
Paint Stallion
well mannered stallion. great bloodlines. blue max and van tyke are grandfa..
Trout Run, Pennsylvania
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Trout Run, PA
PA
$1,200
Paint Mare
"Candy" is a paint TB cross. She will mature to 16 h. She has lots of color..
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
Black
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Elizabethtown, PA
PA
$1,200
Paint Mare
Beautiful, uniquely marked, filly, wonderful temperament, no bad habits, pe..
Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Black Overo
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Hummelstown, PA
PA
$1,800
Paint Mare
Gorgeous, uniquely marked, registered filly, wonderful disposition, ties, l..
Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Blue Roan
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Hummelstown, PA
PA
$3,500
Paint Mare
wondeful mare, great disposition, child safe, bombproof, great broodmare - ..
Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
Tobiano
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Hummelstown, PA
PA
$3,700
Paint Stallion
5 month old paint colt, awesome bloodlines (out of Paint Me Hobby, champion..
Hummelstown, Pennsylvania
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Hummelstown, PA
PA
$1,000
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About Sunbury,PA

The first human settlement of Sunbury was probably Shawnee migrants. A large population of Delaware Indians was also forcibly resettled there in the early 18th century after they lost rights to their land in the Walking Purchase. Canasatego of the Six Nations, enforcing the Walking Purchase of behalf of George Thomas, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania, ordered the Delaware Indians to go to two places on the Susquehanna River, one of which was present-day Sunbury. From 1727 to 1756, Sunbury was one of the largest and most influential Indian settlements in Pennsylvania. At that time, it was known as Shamokin, not to be confused with the present-day city of Shamokin, Pennsylvania, which is located to the east.