Quarter Horses for Sale near Bethany Beach, DE

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Quarter Horse Stallion
Sonny is a beautiful palamino gelding with a excellent pedigree that inclu..
Federalsburg, Maryland
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Federalsburg, MD
MD
$1,800
Quarter Horse Mare
This is a beautiful strong AQHA broodmare, she has the bloodlines for spee..
Cape May, New Jersey
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cape May, NJ
NJ
$800
Quarter Horse Mare
This is a beautiful strong AQHA broodmare, she has good bone and nice conf..
Cape May, New Jersey
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cape May, NJ
NJ
$850
Quarter Horse Stallion
Impulsive Little Man ( Rango) has Star , left hind sock with partial white ..
Dover, Delaware
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Dover, DE
DE
$10,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
I have had this horse since he was two. He has done 4- H when I was younger..
Millsboro, Delaware
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Millsboro, DE
DE
$10,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
This is a nice 9 yr old horse but to much for me. I am a beginner and this ..
Chincoteague, Virginia
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Chincoteague, VA
VA
$1,000
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About Bethany Beach,DE

There is a lack of evidence of Native American activity in the Bethany Beach area. Prior to the arrival of European settlers in North America, Native American settlements appear to have been limited to the area north of the Indian River, north of what is now Bethany Beach; even after Europeans pushed the Native Americans—mostly Nanticokes—out of their coastal settlements in the mid-17th century, the Native Americans moved west to settle around Oak Orchard, Delaware, and in the Millsboro, Delaware, area rather than south toward what would become Bethany Beach. However, Native Americans are known to have visited the bays and rivers of the Atlantic coast of Delaware during the summer to fish, and it is possible that this included visits to the Bethany Beach area. Europeans also did not settle the area prior to 1900, probably because Indian River Inlet cut the area off from their settlements to the north and because the town of Ocean View, founded in 1889 and now Bethany Beach's neighbor to the west, did not expand its boundaries eastward toward the coast. The portion of Delaware in which Bethany Beach lies was subject to a lengthy legal dispute, Penn vs.