Appendix Horses for Sale near Durham, NC

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Seasoned show horse. Has been used in lessons and is great with kids. Jump..
Wake Forest, North Carolina
Chestnut
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Wake Forest, NC
NC
$3,000
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Jethro is a quiet, all around athlete with lots of experience for a young ..
Pittsboro, North Carolina
Bay
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Pittsboro, NC
NC
$5,000
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This Zip is Hot, or "Snoopy" was initially trained as a western pleasure /..
Reidsville, North Carolina
Bay
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Reidsville, NC
NC
$12,000
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Silver Bar Magnolia, aka "Nolie" is a beautiful 6 year old, blue roan, App..
Julian, North Carolina
Blue Roan
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Julian, NC
NC
$6,500
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Experianced safe, sound beginner's mount. Ridden by 6 yo and lessons with ..
Raleigh, North Carolina
Sorrel
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Raleigh, NC
NC
$2,400
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Cora is a lovely mare. She is sweet, pretty, and easy to ride, making her ..
Rougemont, North Carolina
Bay
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Rougemont, NC
NC
$9,700
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"Charlie" is a beautiful mare by Dont Skip Charlie. She has her open and am..
Clayton, North Carolina
Sorrel
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Clayton, NC
NC
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About Durham,NC

The Eno and the Occoneechi, related to the Sioux and the Shakori, lived and farmed in the area which became Durham. They may have established a village named Adshusheer on the site. The Great Indian Trading Path has been traced through Durham, and Native Americans helped to mold the area by establishing settlements and commercial transportation routes. In 1701, Durham's beauty was chronicled by the English explorer John Lawson, who called the area "the flower of the Carolinas." During the mid-1700s, Scots, Irish, and English colonists settled on land granted to George Carteret by King Charles I (for whom the Carolinas are named). Early settlers built gristmills, such as West Point, and worked the land.