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Paint Stallion for Sale in High Point, NC
Very flashy sorrel overo. Not broke, but very easy to work with. Will load, lead and pick up feet. Will let you lay across his back. Needs a good home. Would make great trail horse. No time to work. Now is the time to train him!!
About High Point, NC
High Point was located at the highest point of the 1856 North Carolina Railroad between Charlotte and Goldsboro where it intersected the 1852 Great Western Plank Road. Its central location and transportation allowed for the delivery of raw materials like cotton and lumber as well as import and export of processed goods, contributing to its early growth. High Point was settled by Europeans, including English Quakers and German immigrants, before 1750, but was not incorporated until 1859. Before it became a major manufacturing center, the most important industries were tobacco, woodworking and textiles. The High Point furniture factory was opened in 1889.