Jumping Horses for Sale near Havelock, NC

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Thoroughbred Stallion
Storm is a 14 yr old Thoroughbred gelding that is 100% bombproof. Well tra..
Maysville, North Carolina
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Maysville, NC
NC
$1,900
Quarter Horse Mare
This mare is a stunning mare. she is very spunky to be 15 years old. woul..
Newport, North Carolina
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Newport, NC
NC
$2,500
Andalusian Stallion
Jose is a beautiful yearling stallion ready to begin light training. Grands..
Beulaville, North Carolina
Gray
Andalusian
Stallion
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Beulaville, NC
NC
$4,000
Haflinger Mare
16 month old registered halflinger filly. A real beauty with rich deep red..
Grifton, North Carolina
Sorrel
Haflinger
Mare
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Grifton, NC
NC
$1,500
Azteca Stallion
This colt is very flashy & Gorgous. He is going to be big! Natural collect..
Gloucester, North Carolina
Chestnut
Azteca
Stallion
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Gloucester, NC
NC
$4,000
Azteca Mare
Dama Rosa is big, flashy, intelligent, willing with beautiful balance & con..
Gloucester, North Carolina
Sorrel
Azteca
Mare
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Gloucester, NC
NC
$6,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Local Color is a beautiful bay and white TB / Paint cross by a Castle Magic..
Holly Ridge, North Carolina
Black Overo
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Holly Ridge, NC
NC
$18,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Alex is calm, very willing to please. and loves to work. has been started ..
Maysville, North Carolina
Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Maysville, NC
NC
$1,200
Miniature Stallion
Unregistered Stallion - Looking to register this little guy. Unknown herit..
Beulaville, North Carolina
Bay
Miniature
Stallion
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Beulaville, NC
NC
$150
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About Havelock,NC

Havelock is one of eight cities in the world named after Sir Henry Havelock, a British officer in India, who distinguished himself in 1857 during what was known as the Indian Mutiny. The area was originally named "Havelock Station" in the late 1850s, when the Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad built a depot where its right-of-way crossed what is now Miller Boulevard. The town was the initial landing point for a Civil War battle known as the Battle of New Bern. On March 11, 1862, Brigadier General Ambrose Burnside's command embarked from Roanoke Island to rendezvous with Union gunboats at Hatteras Inlet for an expedition against New Bern. On March 13, the fleet sailed up the Neuse River, anchored at Slocum Creek, and disembarked infantry on the river's south bank.