Trail Horses for Sale near Oak Island, NC

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Quarter Horse Stallion
Kissed by Ebony (aka "Ebony") is a solid black QH gelding registered with ..
Wilmington, North Carolina
Black
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Wilmington, NC
NC
$5,000
Appaloosa Stallion
beautiful reg. appaloosa, very gentle, handled and ridden by youths. No ba..
Wilmington, North Carolina
Black
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Wilmington, NC
NC
$3,000
Appaloosa Stallion
Poco is a fine riding breeding horse! He colors the colts of most app mar..
Chadbourn, North Carolina
Red Roan
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Chadbourn, NC
NC
$3,500
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
Paint Mare
This is one pretty paint. She has 2 blue eyes, long stocking legs and big ..
Loris, South Carolina
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Loris, SC
SC
$1,700
Quarter Horse Stallion
Lance is a beautiful buckskin colored gelding with a dark stripe down his b..
Wilmington, North Carolina
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Wilmington, NC
NC
$1,200
Appaloosa Mare
Genesse is a registered appaloosa, she has been in training for 3 years. Sh..
Wilmington, North Carolina
White
Appaloosa
Mare
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Wilmington, NC
NC
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
CHICO DOC LITTLE. AQHA Reg No. 3305820. Alert willing trail horse. In AQHA..
Wilmington, North Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Wilmington, NC
NC
$2,200
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About Oak Island,NC

Oak Island, on which much of the town sits, has been inhabited since the early 19th century when Fort Caswell was constructed on its east end in 1838. The island developed slowly, but by the late 1930s it began attracting people from nearby Southport with fox hunting popular in the areas along the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW). In 1954, Hurricane Hazel struck, leaving only five buildings standing on the west end of the island The island recovered quickly however, and the towns of Long Beach and Yaupon Beach were incorporated in 1955. Along with this increasing level of development came strident demands for a reliable crossing of the ICW to provide access to the island. When the ICW was completed in the late 1930s, a swingbridge initially provided this service.