Dressage Horses for Sale near Cheraw, SC

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Thoroughbred Stallion
Merlin is simply stunning. Amazing good looks & movement. Going easily WT..
Lancaster, South Carolina
Gray
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Lancaster, SC
SC
$8,000
Hanoverian Mare
Marley is a sweet& beautiful mare with a lovely way of going. Started prof..
Lancaster, South Carolina
Bay
Hanoverian
Mare
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Lancaster, SC
SC
$10,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Sam's 1 of the few 5 yo packers that you'll find! Started as an eventer, un..
Monroe, North Carolina
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Monroe, NC
NC
$9,000
Warmblood Stallion
Mikey is a dutch warmblood cross doing training level dressage and jumping ..
Maxton, North Carolina
Bay
Warmblood
Stallion
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Maxton, NC
NC
$6,500
Appaloosa Mare
Beautiful Dark Bay / Snowcap to withers. She can be registered 73% Foundat..
Lumber Bridge, North Carolina
Appaloosa
Mare
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Lumber Bridge, NC
NC
$2,500
Warmblood Stallion
Mikey is schooling First Level dressage, jumping 2'9 with the ability to go..
Maxton, North Carolina
Bay
Warmblood
Stallion
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Maxton, NC
NC
$12,000
Draft Stallion
ready for final breaking! Very calm, What a mover!triple registered..
Marshville, North Carolina
Tobiano
Draft
Stallion
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Marshville, NC
NC
$5,000
Appaloosa Mare
Very fancy solid dark bay / black filly, she is athletic and would excel in..
Lumber Bridge, North Carolina
Appaloosa
Mare
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Lumber Bridge, NC
NC
$600
Arabian Stallion
WH Gibraltar has just been backed this summer and is a joy to work with. H..
Bishopville, South Carolina
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
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Bishopville, SC
SC
$4,000
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About Cheraw,SC

When the first Europeans arrived in the area it was inhabited by the Cheraw and Pee Dee American Indian tribes. The Cheraw lived near the waterfall hill, near present-day Cheraw, but by the 1730s they had been devastated by new infectious disease inadvertently carried by the European traders. Survivors joined the Catawba Confederacy for safety and left their name in history. Only a few scattered Cheraw families remained by the time of the American Revolution. A few European settlers entered their territory in the 1730s, forced upriver when the Welsh came to claim the Welsh Baptist lands granted by the English government in the area around Society Hill.