Quarter Horses for Sale near Briarcliffe Acres, SC

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Quarter Horse Gelding
Trigger is a horse for young riders. He is not a trail horse basically a pa..
Bolton, North Carolina
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Gelding
15
Bolton, NC
NC
$2,800
Quarter Horse Mare
Shy is a big, stoud mare. She has a stud colt at her side that was born o..
Loris, South Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Loris, SC
SC
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Mary has had baby four months ago, has not been ridden in a couple of years..
Conway, South Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Conway, SC
SC
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Diablo has been handle a lot since birth. And isn't a spook bomb. He is als..
Aynor, South Carolina
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Aynor, SC
SC
$1,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Apollo: QH / Belgian, 15h / growing, 15 mths, gelding, great attitude, hand..
Surfside Beach, South Carolina
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Surfside Beach, SC
SC
$850
Quarter Horse Stallion
I want a Horse that i can trust, I need a horse to not be sick, good manors..
Shallotte, North Carolina
Other
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Shallotte, NC
NC
$600
Quarter Horse Stallion
I'm looking for a horse age or color or sex does not matter I just need one..
Longwood, North Carolina
Other
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Longwood, NC
NC
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About Briarcliffe Acres,SC

Briarcliffe Acres was developed as a retirement community by Kenneth Ellsworth, a native of Briarcliff Manor, New York (from which he took the name of his project), who married Virginia (Ginny) Gasque (pronounced "gas-kwee" or, by some, "gas-kee"). Her family came from the nearby town of Conway, South Carolina. Briarcliffe was one of the first planned communities in the Southeast. In the early (pre-1930) parts of the 20th century, the coastal areas of northernmost South Carolina were used mostly as farming sites. (The real estate monolith now known as Burroughs and Chapin for decades was named "Myrtle Beach Farms".) Sea breezes washed nutrients on crops planted on sand dunes, much as now is done through roots in hydroponic gardens, and cotton and tobacco thrived; farmers from Loris, Galivants Ferry, Florence and other Lowcountry towns bought land on the coast for practical reasons and then spent summers with their families there, rather than stay in the hellish heat and sand fleas of their main farms.