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Casper - Gelding in Lincolnton, NC
Casper
Casper is our 14yr old Flea Bitten Grey Quarter Horse Gelding, non-register..
Lincolnton, North Carolina
Gray
Quarter Horse
Gelding
16
Lincolnton, NC
NC
$3,000
Aria - Mare in Lincolnton, NC
Aria
Aria ****Sale Pending but will continue to show until picked up**** Direc..
Lincolnton, North Carolina
Gray
Tennessee Walking
Mare
14
Lincolnton, NC
NC
$8,500
 - Gelding in Cornelius, NC
Hanoverian Gelding
Wannabyte is a Wonderful horse, he is a 12 year old hanoverian, very calm. ..
Cornelius, North Carolina
Bay
Hanoverian
Gelding
17
Cornelius, NC
NC
$4,500
Quarter Horse Mare
8 year old QH mare. 15 hands. Great trail horse. Crosses water, not scared ..
Maiden, North Carolina
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
15
Maiden, NC
NC
$1,200
Quarter Horse Mare
Halo is a 3 yr old registered QH mare. She has beautiful color and very g..
Randleman, North Carolina
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Randleman, NC
NC
$2,200
Paint Stallion
hello dash is an energetic spotted paso fino colt. his mom is an reg apha ..
Matthews, North Carolina
Paint
Stallion
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Matthews, NC
NC
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
16 yrs young black quarter horse, 16- 16. 3 hh, 1200 lbs. BIG BOY, well tr..
China Grove, North Carolina
Black
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
China Grove, NC
NC
$2,800
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Denali"is currently being used as a hunter but would much rather be doing ..
Mooresville, North Carolina
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Mooresville, NC
NC
$5,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Totally Tony is an AQHA western pleasure point earner. Shown halter, trail,..
Taylorsville, North Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Taylorsville, NC
NC
Contact
Paint Stallion
1996 gelding has a killer jog and 10+lope has 29 open western pleasure poin..
Mocksville, North Carolina
Paint
Stallion
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Mocksville, NC
NC
$10,000
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About Spencer,NC

The town was named for Samuel Spencer, first president of the Southern Railway, who is credited with establishment of the railroad's mechanical shops at the site in 1896. The site was approximately the midpoint of the railroad's mainline between Atlanta, GA and Washington, DC. As the shops were being built the Southern Railway developed a town, also named Spencer, alongside the shops for worker housing. Initially, the Southern partitioned 85 acres into 500 lots. Instead of creating a traditional "company" town in which the workers rented houses Southern sold the lots to workers or businesses for $100 apiece.