Reining Horses for Sale near Goldsboro, NC

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Boogie - Mare in Rocky Mount, NC
Boogie
‼️TRAIL DELUX‼️ BOOGIES FROSTED BAR B 14 hand 2008 APHA Mare Easy walk trot..
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Tobiano
Paint
Mare
13
Rocky Mount, NC
NC
$8,000
Paint Mare
Possibly homozygous for the Tobiano gene, tests are pending. Very nice gi..
Godwin, North Carolina
Paint
Mare
-
Godwin, NC
NC
$6,500
Paint Mare
A beautiful APHA Reg. Painted Dun filly to please. Halter broke, leads, ti..
Godwin, North Carolina
Paint
Mare
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Godwin, NC
NC
$10,000
Paint Mare
APHA Registered Filly, with a very powerful hind end on this filly, with f..
Godwin, North Carolina
Paint
Mare
-
Godwin, NC
NC
$12,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Black Reigning stallion champion bloodlines, double bred King and Doc O Le..
Autryville, North Carolina
Black
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Autryville, NC
NC
$400
Quarter Horse Stallion
Foundation bred colt. Should reg. at 89% NFQHA. Can also be reg. AQHA and ..
Zebulon, North Carolina
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Zebulon, NC
NC
$2,200
Paint Stallion
His dam, Smokin Truffle was shown in NRHA Limited Open. She is a 1 / 2 sis..
Lucama, North Carolina
Bay
Paint
Stallion
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Lucama, NC
NC
$4,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Star and snip. Right Hind Sock. No other markings. Out of a Bob Acre Doc an..
Selma, North Carolina
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Selma, NC
NC
$7,500
Appaloosa Mare
Yearling Filly. Daughter to Big Duke Six and half sister to Bud at Six, Wo..
Beulaville, North Carolina
Dun
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Beulaville, NC
NC
$5,000
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About Goldsboro,NC

Around 1787, when Wayne County was formed, a town named Waynesborough grew around the county's courthouse. In 1787, William Whitfield III (son of William Whitfield II) and his son were appointed "Directors and Trustees" for designing and building the town. Located on the east bank of the Neuse River, the town became the county seat. Population growth in Waynesborough continued through the 1830s. However, this changed once the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad was completed in the early 1840s.