Quarter Horses for Sale near Bennettsville, SC

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Quarter Horse Mare
This is Charlotte, she is a great horse, anyone can ride. She is gentle and..
Bethune, South Carolina
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
21
Bethune, SC
SC
$500
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Quarter Horse Mare
This is Bambi, she is a very nice girl. She stands 15h and weighs approxima..
Bethune, South Carolina
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
15
Bethune, SC
SC
$500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Registered QH Gelding, about 6 years old - Good for Experienced Rider...
Bennettsville, South Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bennettsville, SC
SC
$1,200
Quarter Horse Mare
Sorrel Mare - 6 years old - good trail horse for experienced rider..
Bennettsville, South Carolina
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bennettsville, SC
SC
$800
Quarter Horse Mare
Cin is western broke, easy keeper, gentle and loving nature, calm, good wi..
Gibson, North Carolina
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Gibson, NC
NC
$1,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
WANTED TRAIL HORSE for 12 year old experienced rider. Calm and friendly. a..
Norwood, North Carolina
Other
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Norwood, NC
NC
$1,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Missy is a 15 year old Registered Quarter Horse who is easy to handle, clip..
Bishopville, South Carolina
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bishopville, SC
SC
$800
Quarter Horse Mare
This is a nice quiet horse, she is well behaved and very gentle. She has be..
Bethune, South Carolina
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bethune, SC
SC
$1,200
Quarter Horse Stallion
This is an 11 month old red roan quarter horse colt. He is broke to lead. H..
Bethune, South Carolina
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bethune, SC
SC
$700
Quarter Horse Mare
this is a very gentle trail horse. she would be a good childs horse or for ..
Bethune, South Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Bethune, SC
SC
$800
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About Bennettsville,SC

The city of Bennettsville was founded in 1819 on the Great Pee Dee River and named after Thomas Bennett, Jr., then governor of South Carolina. The area was developed for short-staple cotton cultivation, dependent on the labor of enslaved African Americans. Many were brought to the upland area from the Lowcountry, carrying their Gullah culture with them. Others were transported from the Upper South by slave traders. This shift to cotton cultivation in the uplands was based on the development of the cotton gin, which made short-staple cotton, cotton with relatively short fibers, profitable.