Horses for Sale near Fayetteville, NC

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Saddlebred Gelding
Saddlebred Gelding
Jack aka Houdini is a Saddlebred gelding. He is UTD on everything except a ..
Godwin, North Carolina
Chestnut
Saddlebred
Gelding
11
Godwin, NC
NC
$960
Quarter Horse Stallion
Quarter Horse Stallion
***NEED TO SELL $1200 OBO Selling for personal medical reasons. 14 year ol..
Bunnlevel, North Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
19
Bunnlevel, NC
NC
$1,200
Appaloosa Gelding
Appaloosa Gelding
Pursuant to an Order filed in District Court in Orange County, North Caroli..
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Blue Roan
Appaloosa
Gelding
12
Southern Pines, NC
NC
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Pony Gelding
Pony Gelding
Pursuant to an Order filed in District Court in Orange County, North Caroli..
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Red Roan
Pony
Gelding
11
Southern Pines, NC
NC
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Pony Gelding
Pony Gelding
Pursuant to an Order filed in District Court in Orange County, North Caroli..
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Gray
Pony
Gelding
14
Southern Pines, NC
NC
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Lady
Lady
Pursuant to an Order filed in District Court in Orange County, North Caroli..
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Roan
Other
Mare
24
Southern Pines, NC
NC
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Pony Gelding
Pony Gelding
Pursuant to an Order filed in District Court in Orange County, North Caroli..
Southern Pines, North Carolina
Gray
Pony
Gelding
14
Southern Pines, NC
NC
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About Fayetteville,NC

The area of present-day Fayetteville was historically inhabited by various Siouan Native American peoples, such as the Eno, Shakori, Waccamaw, Keyauwee, and Cape Fear people. They followed successive cultures of other indigenous peoples in the area for more than 12,000 years. After the violent upheavals of the Yamasee War and Tuscarora Wars during the second decade of the 18th century, the North Carolina colony encouraged English settlement along the upper Cape Fear River, the only navigable waterway entirely within the colony. Two inland settlements, Cross Creek and Campbellton, were established by Scots from Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Merchants in Wilmington wanted a town on the Cape Fear River to secure trade with the frontier country.