Breeding Horses for Sale near Pikeville, NC

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Quarter Horse Mare
Gray gene dominant. Halter bred and looks it! This lady is a gorgeous fl..
Godwin, North Carolina
Gray
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Godwin, NC
NC
$6,500
Arabian Mare
Gorgeous Black 99% straight eqyptian filly with only a white star. She is ..
Lillington, North Carolina
Black
Arabian
Mare
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Lillington, NC
NC
$2,000
Paint Mare
Bell is a 7 year old black & white tobiano paint mare. She has been ridde..
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Black
Paint
Mare
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Rocky Mount, NC
NC
$4,000
Miniature Mare
She was shown at the 2006 WCMHR World Championships in Williamston, NC and..
Dunn, North Carolina
Gray
Miniature
Mare
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Dunn, NC
NC
$2,000
Arabian Mare
Arabian mare. Hunter pleasure trained with western pleasure potential. Li..
Raleigh, North Carolina
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
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Raleigh, NC
NC
$2,000
Miniature Stallion
This little guy is as gentle as they get. He often wonders into the house a..
Coats, North Carolina
Miniature
Stallion
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Coats, NC
NC
$1,600
Miniature Stallion
This stallion is handled by my 4 year old son for the last year. He is an e..
Coats, North Carolina
Black
Miniature
Stallion
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Coats, NC
NC
$1,200
Arabian Mare
This Ibn El Mareekh daughter, has produced beautiful foals with typey, tipp..
Wendell, North Carolina
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Wendell, NC
NC
$2,750
Oldenburg Mare
11- yr - old imported branded Danish Oldenburg mare. Champion and Best in S..
Clayton, North Carolina
Bay
Oldenburg
Mare
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Clayton, NC
NC
$32,000
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About Pikeville, NC

Torhunta was a large Native American farming community in present-day northern Wayne county before settlers destroyed it during the Tuscarora War. The Native Americans left North Carolina and returned to their home in New York where they became members of the Iroquois Nation. After the Native Americans left the area, there was an influx of settlers who came into the rich Neuse River lands and began to clear plantations. Many of these settlers were of the Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers. Samuel Pike moved to the area and settled on the south side of Nahunta Swamp which had been granted by King George II of Great Britain in 1763.