Paint Horses for Sale near Lincolnville, SC

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Tess - Mare in Hollywood, SC
Tess
Tess is a flashy paint mare looking for a new place to call home. Tess has ..
Hollywood, South Carolina
Chocolate
Paint
Mare
18
Hollywood, SC
SC
$7,000
 - Stallion in Wadmalaw Island, SC
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
Paint Mare
APHA registered Black Tobiano filly off of the Scotch Bar Time bloodline. ..
Moncks Corner, South Carolina
Black
Paint
Mare
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Moncks Corner, SC
SC
$1,000
Paint Mare
Sleek and stout muscular paint mare. Out of Zans Diamond Skipper and Bars..
Cottageville, South Carolina
Paint
Mare
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Cottageville, SC
SC
$1,500
Paint Mare
Flashy Black / White Paint Appendix mare. Has shown hunters, trail ridden..
Clemson, South Carolina
Black Overo
Paint
Mare
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Clemson, SC
SC
$7,000
Paint Stallion
Sweet horse! Amazing color! Email for more info. Photo on APHA website unde..
Yemassee, South Carolina
Paint
Stallion
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Yemassee, SC
SC
$600
Paint Mare
Jet is a March 2002 15. 3 hh Palomino Tobiano registered APHA mare with 90 ..
Hollywood, South Carolina
Palomino
Paint
Mare
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Hollywood, SC
SC
$6,000
Paint Mare
This mare has proven herself at open shows in western pleasure. She has ton..
Moncks Corner, South Carolina
Paint
Mare
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Moncks Corner, SC
SC
$4,500
Paint Stallion
Double registered Paint / Pinto by Fourteen Carrot Nugget. Jazz was 2001 SC..
Hollywood, South Carolina
Black Overo
Paint
Stallion
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Hollywood, SC
SC
$5,500
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About Lincolnville,SC

Lincolnville was founded in 1867 by seven African-American men, including Bishop Richard Harvey Cain, who left their former home of Charleston to escape the racial discrimination they felt subject to in that environment. Riding the local South Carolina Special train to examine properties for sale by the South Carolina Railroad Company, the men settled on this area that was then known as "Pump Pond" for its use as a train stopping point for water, wood and coal. The men signed a contract with the railroad company to purchase 620 acres (2.5 km 2) for $1,000. After paying the agreed amount in full, a charter for establishment of the town was applied for and later received on December 14, 1889. The name "Lincolnville" was given to the settlement in honor of Abraham Lincoln.