Breeding Horses for Sale near Clover, SC

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Oldenburg - Horse for Sale in Boiling Springs, SC 29316
Trinity
Bred to stunning Friesian Stallion Martzen of Blackshire Equestrian. She ha..
Boiling Springs, South Carolina
Chestnut Overo
Oldenburg
Mare
13
Boiling Springs, SC
SC
$10,000
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
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
Tennessee Walking Mare
This filly has excellent bloodlines. She is registered and blood - typed. I..
Forest City, North Carolina
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Forest City, NC
NC
$1,100
Tennessee Walking Mare
This is an older brood mare . She is registered walking and racking. She is..
Forest City, North Carolina
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Forest City, NC
NC
$1,000
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 Clover, SC

Clover was founded just north of an earlier settlement, New Centre, which had waned during the Civil War. The pivotal American Revolutionary War battle of Kings Mountain occurred approximately eight miles to the west of modern-day Clover, on October 7, 1780. Prior to Clover's founding, Bethany and Bethel, communities to the west and east, respectively, were primary population centers in northern York District, with well-established Presbyterian churches, post offices and stores serving the area's numerous cotton farms. The village of Clover began as a railway stop in 1876, midway between Yorkville, and modern-day Gastonia, North Carolina, when the first railroad tracks were laid through the northern section of the county. Before the Civil War, the Kings Mountain Railroad had operated as far north as Yorkville from Chester, but the tracks were destroyed during the war.