Dressage Horses for Sale near Andrews, SC

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Paint Stallion
Hunter is a 13 year old 15. 1 hand paint gelding. He has been eventing for..
Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina
Tobiano
Paint
Stallion
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Wadmalaw Island, SC
SC
$10,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Klassic is a beautiful horse, mover, and jumper. he is a great horse but i..
Moncks Corner, South Carolina
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Moncks Corner, SC
SC
$4,000
Oldenburg Stallion
Flashy green hunter prospect for an amateur or professional rider. Brave t..
Charleston, South Carolina
Bay
Oldenburg
Stallion
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Charleston, SC
SC
$30,000
Arabian Stallion
Sammy is a Khemosabi & Bask bloolined stud. He is trained w / the same disp..
Aynor, South Carolina
Bay
Arabian
Stallion
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Aynor, SC
SC
$1,500
Oldenburg Stallion
HALL DECKED OUT, A BLACK AND WHITE ISR OLDENBURG PINTO. HALL DECKED OUT has..
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Pinto
Oldenburg
Stallion
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Southern Pines, NC
NC
$1,000
Andalusian Stallion
Only 5% of all the Andalusians in the world are Black! (CRIA) ) Perfect blo..
Charleston, South Carolina
Andalusian
Stallion
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Charleston, SC
SC
$1,500
Andalusian Stallion
I recently imported this stallion from Spain and he is really something! Pu..
Charleston, South Carolina
Gray
Andalusian
Stallion
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Charleston, SC
SC
$4,000
Andalusian Stallion
I don't want to sell this horse but I have to! I do not have a dressage tra..
Charleston, South Carolina
Andalusian
Stallion
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Charleston, SC
SC
$30,000
Andalusian Mare
Great all around horse! Brood Mare. . . . . . Dressage. . . . . . . . . Gre..
Charleston, South Carolina
Andalusian
Mare
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Charleston, SC
SC
$15,000
Andalusian Stallion
Great dressage horse. great temperament. Eager to learn. Easy to handle. Ac..
Charleston, South Carolina
Gray
Andalusian
Stallion
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Charleston, SC
SC
$14,000
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About Andrews,SC

The towns of Rosemary and Harpers Crossroads were settled along the Georgetown and Western Railroad, which started operation in 1886. In 1905, the Seaboard Air Line Railroad built a route through the town, along with a sizable maintenance shop. In 1909, voters agreed to incorporate the two separate towns into a single community, which was named Andrews, after Colonel Walter H. Andrews, who played an important role in the incorporation. Andrews worked for the Atlantic Coast Lumber Co.