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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Chinquapin, NC
I have a 12 yr and a 3. 5 yr old quater horses for sale. they are buddies so would like to sell together. both sorrel w / white blaze and socks. mare had papers but were lost, gelding unreg. she has been used as a brood mare, not ridden in afew yrs but had been a good trail horse in past. he is green broke, been under saddle. 5 times now and been a dream. stands for vet and farrier. both love attentsion.
About Chinquapin, NC
The roots of Chinquapin, North Carolina lie largely with the Thigpen family, who migrated to the area from Perquimans Precinct in the 1730s. James Thigpen, the first of the Duplin County Thigpens, obtained a patent for land bordering the Northeast Cape Fear River, establishing a plantation he called “Chinquapen Orchard.” James and his kin named many of the creeks around their new home after those in Perquimans – Cypress Creek, Muddy Creek, even Chinquapin itself. An Algonquian word, chinquapin, or "chinkapin," is a diminutive cousin of the American chestnut that is abundant along creeks and rivers of the Southeastern United States. According to Bible records, James Thigpen died at Chinquapen Orchard in 1737. His son, Dr.