Miniature Horses for Sale near Spencer, NC

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Miniature Stallion
this little man is ready to meet his new mom, he is very sweet. he would m..
Newton, North Carolina
Pinto
Miniature
Stallion
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Newton, NC
NC
$500
Miniature Stallion
cute, grey mini donkey, reg. 5 yrs. old, halter broke but currently just ..
Denton, North Carolina
Gray
Miniature
Stallion
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Denton, NC
NC
$500
Miniature Stallion
Bravo is a tiny AMHA colt. His father is 4G's Little Kings Alfalfa Pleasure..
Statesville, North Carolina
Bay
Miniature
Stallion
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Statesville, NC
NC
$825
Miniature Mare
Cotton is a terrific little mare! She is an excessive white sabino. Which ..
Statesville, North Carolina
Miniature
Mare
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Statesville, NC
NC
$1,150
Miniature Stallion
Young reg AMHA stallion, great disposition, used for children to play with ..
Denton, North Carolina
Miniature
Stallion
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Denton, NC
NC
$500
Miniature Stallion
Proven producer, gentle, mostly black, pony mare care $3. 00 per day..
Denton, North Carolina
Pinto
Miniature
Stallion
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Denton, NC
NC
$100
Miniature Stallion
Miniture horse stallion great with children. No bad manners! Ridden by 1 ye..
Statesville, North Carolina
Black
Miniature
Stallion
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Statesville, NC
NC
$300
Miniature Mare
This filly is very flashy and friendly. She is AMHA registered but may go ..
Statesville, North Carolina
Pinto
Miniature
Mare
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Statesville, NC
NC
$650
Miniature Stallion
AMHR, WCMHR miniature gelding. Gentle and easy to handle. Has been shown su..
Lexington, North Carolina
Chestnut
Miniature
Stallion
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Lexington, NC
NC
$700
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About Spencer,NC

The town was named for Samuel Spencer, first president of the Southern Railway, who is credited with establishment of the railroad's mechanical shops at the site in 1896. The site was approximately the midpoint of the railroad's mainline between Atlanta, GA and Washington, DC. As the shops were being built the Southern Railway developed a town, also named Spencer, alongside the shops for worker housing. Initially, the Southern partitioned 85 acres into 500 lots. Instead of creating a traditional "company" town in which the workers rented houses Southern sold the lots to workers or businesses for $100 apiece.