Breeding Horses for Sale near Matthews, NC

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Tennessee Walking - Horse for Sale in Lincolnton, NC 28092
Aria
Aria ****Sale Pending but will continue to show until picked up**** Direc..
Lincolnton, North Carolina
Gray
Tennessee Walking
Mare
15
Lincolnton, NC
NC
$8,500
Quarter Horse Mare
bunny is a great horse she is a good ride. She does need training but lov..
Matthews, North Carolina
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Matthews, NC
NC
$950
Appaloosa Mare
white w a few brown spots, has had 5 foals, no problems ever, may be pregn..
Denton, North Carolina
White
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Denton, NC
NC
$1,800
Miniature Stallion
cute, grey mini donkey, reg. 5 yrs. old, halter broke but currently just ..
Denton, North Carolina
Gray
Miniature
Stallion
-
Denton, NC
NC
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
Amy will be 3 on May 3 rd. Her sire was a paint but she came out a soild s..
Edgemoor, South Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Edgemoor, SC
SC
$650
Quarter Horse Mare
Talented mare, shown hunter and halter, ridden dressage, has had 3 foals, t..
Denton, North Carolina
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Denton, NC
NC
$4,500
Quarter Horse Mare
1993 Broodmare, Chestnut daughter of Precive Gambler, Nice mare pretty head..
Salisbury, North Carolina
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Salisbury, NC
NC
$2,500
Miniature Mare
Cotton is a terrific little mare! She is an excessive white sabino. Which ..
Statesville, North Carolina
Miniature
Mare
-
Statesville, NC
NC
$1,150
Percheron Mare
huge kitten, great mom! just needs someone to teach her the signals!E - mai..
Marshville, North Carolina
Black
Percheron
Mare
-
Marshville, NC
NC
$2,000
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About Matthews, NC

In the early 19th century, the early settlement that would become Matthews was unofficially named Stumptown for the copious amount of tree stumps left from making way for cotton farms. The community's name later changed to Fullwood, named after appointed area postmaster John Miles Fullwood. The establishment of a sawmill and the cotton and timber industry helped Fullwood change into a town. Prior to the first train arriving on December 15, 1874, Fullwood acted as a stagecoach stop between Charlotte and Monroe. The town was incorporated into a municipal corporation in 1879 and was renamed to Matthews for Edward Watson Matthews, a prominent resident, and director of the Central Carolina Railroad, which would later become known as the Seaboard Air Line Railroad.