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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Edgefield, SC
"Pocos Oklahoma Lady" is a AQHA registered coming 11 yr old bay mare. Great on trails, walks across water, hauls & ties good to trailer, no cribbing, intermediate rider will do good with her. Easy to ride, light mouth.
About Edgefield, SC
The story of Edgefield is more than a quarter of a millennium long, reaching back to before the first European settlers arrived, when only Native Americans roamed the forests. At that time the area which later became Edgefield County was a vast wilderness of virgin forests, occasional prairies, great cane brakes, and sparkling rivers and creeks. It was bisected by the fall line, with sandy soils on the southeast side of this line growing primarily pine trees, and rich clay soils on the northwest side growing primarily oak and hickory. Wildlife was abundant with deer and turkey, but also with elk, buffalo (bison), panther, and bear. The initial settlement of present-day Edgefield County occurred in the quarter century between 1750 and 1775.