Barrel Racing Horses for Sale near Holly Springs, NC

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 - Stallion in Broadway, NC
Paint Stallion
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Broadway, North Carolina
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Broadway, NC
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 - Mare in Broadway, NC
Paint Mare
Classy Sweet Chic 2012 APHA solid sorrel mare Sire: The sweet spot by: Mar..
Broadway, North Carolina
Sorrel
Paint
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Broadway, NC
NC
$7,000
Quarter Horse Mare
gorgeous registered mare for sale, got good school, loads good in trailer, ..
Princeton, North Carolina
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Princeton, NC
NC
$6,000
Paint Stallion
Black and White Homozygous Paint Stallion 100% color producer, live colore..
Autryville, North Carolina
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Autryville, NC
NC
$400
Quarter Horse Stallion
From topnotch barrel racing bloodlines. 15 hd Beautiful Cremello 100% colo..
Autryville, North Carolina
Cremello
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Autryville, NC
NC
$400
Paint Mare
Out of an own daughter of Rebel Rocket by the great AAA producer Rebel Cau..
Raleigh, North Carolina
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Raleigh, NC
NC
$20,000
Appaloosa Mare
Mysti is an absolutely gorgeous, compact, muscle bound App mare. When you ..
Robbins, North Carolina
Black Overo
Appaloosa
Mare
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Robbins, NC
NC
$1,200
Thoroughbred Mare
She's a winner in pole bending and barrel racing. GREAT jumping prospect. ..
Pikeville, North Carolina
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Pikeville, NC
NC
$900
Appaloosa Stallion
Hi! My name is Phana. I am a very awesome pony with a very bold personality..
Mebane, North Carolina
Gray
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Mebane, NC
NC
$4,500
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About Holly Springs,NC

The Tuscarora Indians used the area around Holly Springs as a hunting ground prior to colonial settlement. This tribe fled North Carolina around 1720 to escape the influx of Europeans and eventually became the sixth nation of the Iroquois. The town of Holly Springs grew around fresh water springs, believed to be the original "holly springs", near the intersection of what is now Avent Ferry Road and Cass Holt Road. These roads linked Raleigh to the Cape Fear River and ultimately to Fayetteville as well as linking Hillsborough to Smithfield. By 1800, the crossroads had spawned a village, including a general store built by Richard Jones, a Baptist church, and a Masonic lodge.