Breeding Horses for Sale near Lincolnville, SC

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Tennessee Walking Stallion
"Black Satin Star" is a beautiful black stud with great disposition and co..
Ridgeville, South Carolina
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Ridgeville, SC
SC
$250
Tennessee Walking Mare
This is an outstanding brood mare with excellent bloodlines. Both her grand..
Ridgeville, South Carolina
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Ridgeville, SC
SC
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
nice mare - bred to Triple Gold Fantasy for May '05 baby. She's well manne..
Cottageville, South Carolina
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cottageville, SC
SC
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Bred to Triple Gold Fantasy for March 05 baby. Ultrasound done. Neg coggin..
Cottageville, South Carolina
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cottageville, SC
SC
$2,000
Thoroughbred Mare
This gorgeous athletic filly has rabicano markings. Ready to start speciali..
Santee, South Carolina
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Santee, SC
SC
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
13 yr 14. 0 hh Sorrel Reg QH broodmare bred to Gunsmoke Wimpy Stud, due 01-..
Canadys, South Carolina
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Canadys, SC
SC
$1,200
Quarter Horse Mare
16 yr 14. 2 hh buckskin Reg QH broodmare bred to Gunsmoke Wimpy Stud, due 0..
Canadys, South Carolina
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Canadys, SC
SC
$1,200
Andalusian Mare
Great all around horse! Brood Mare. . . . . . Dressage. . . . . . . . . Gre..
Charleston, South Carolina
Andalusian
Mare
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Charleston, SC
SC
$15,000
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About Lincolnville,SC

Lincolnville was founded in 1867 by seven African-American men, including Bishop Richard Harvey Cain, who left their former home of Charleston to escape the racial discrimination they felt subject to in that environment. Riding the local South Carolina Special train to examine properties for sale by the South Carolina Railroad Company, the men settled on this area that was then known as "Pump Pond" for its use as a train stopping point for water, wood and coal. The men signed a contract with the railroad company to purchase 620 acres (2.5 km 2) for $1,000. After paying the agreed amount in full, a charter for establishment of the town was applied for and later received on December 14, 1889. The name "Lincolnville" was given to the settlement in honor of Abraham Lincoln.