Paso Fino Horses for Sale near Lexington, SC

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Paso Fino Mare
Unusual brown rabicano mare with a beautiful head, flashy action gait, wil..
Windsor, South Carolina
Paso Fino
Mare
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Windsor, SC
SC
$2,500
Paso Fino Mare
Good - sized, super conformation young mare with ultra smooth, light snapp..
Windsor, South Carolina
Bay Roan
Paso Fino
Mare
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Windsor, SC
SC
$7,500
Paso Fino Stallion
Exceptionally large for the breed, with excellent conformation and tempera..
Windsor, South Carolina
Brown
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Windsor, SC
SC
$10,500
Paso Fino Mare
Secreta has beautiful conformation; is a very naturally consistent and smo..
Windsor, South Carolina
Brown
Paso Fino
Mare
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Windsor, SC
SC
$6,500
Paso Fino Stallion
Great trail riding pleasure horse for sale. I have owned him since he was..
Columbia, South Carolina
Chestnut
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Columbia, SC
SC
$1,800
Paso Fino Stallion
Solid bay gelding. Amadeus and Favorito que tal blood lines. This horse is..
Aiken, South Carolina
Bay
Paso Fino
Stallion
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Aiken, SC
SC
$6,500
Paso Fino Mare
This is a 6 yr. old, solid bay mare with Amadeus and Favorito que tal bloo..
Aiken, South Carolina
Bay
Paso Fino
Mare
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Aiken, SC
SC
$6,000
Paso Fino Mare
Registered Paso Finos - mother & daughter - will sell separately or toget..
Lexington, South Carolina
Chestnut
Paso Fino
Mare
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Lexington, SC
SC
$5,000
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About Lexington,SC

In 1735, the colonial government of King George II established eleven townships in backcountry South Carolina, to encourage settlement, and to provide a buffer between Native American tribes to the West and colonial plantations in the Lowcountry. The townships included one named Saxe Gotha, which flourished with major crops of corn, wheat, tobacco, hemp, and flax, as well as beeswax and livestock. The Battle of Tarrar Springs was fought nearby on November 16, 1781. In 1785, Saxe Gotha was replaced with Lexington County, in commemoration of the Battles of Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts. The county's first courthouse was built in Granby, but chronic flooding forced the courthouse to move in 1820 to its present location, establishing the community of Lexington Courthouse.