Horses for Sale near Richlands, VA

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Tennessee Walking Gelding
Tennessee Walking Gelding
2 horses. One black TN Walking Horse (19 years old) and one chestnut TN Wal..
Marion, Virginia
Black
Tennessee Walking
Gelding
23
Marion, VA
VA
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Paint Gelding
Paint Gelding
This horse has been with me since he was 2 years old. I am owner and traine..
Rural Retreat, Virginia
Gray
Paint
Gelding
13
Rural Retreat, VA
VA
$5,500
Paint Mare
Star is an 6 year old Reg. Paint Mare. She has been trail ridden, and wou..
Saltville, Virginia
Paint
Mare
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Saltville, VA
VA
$1,500
Standardbred Stallion
Pride is not only big and beautiful, he has an elegant temperament of clas..
Saltville, Virginia
Red Roan
Standardbred
Stallion
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Saltville, VA
VA
$200
Morgan Stallion
Two geldings, one half morgan, and one large pony. Have been together sin..
Saltville, Virginia
Black
Morgan
Stallion
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Saltville, VA
VA
$500
Standardbred Mare
Black Mare 11 yrs old. She rides well and suppose to be broke for a buggy..
Saltville, Virginia
Black
Standardbred
Mare
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Saltville, VA
VA
$700
Appaloosa Stallion
He is half Saddlebred and half appaloosa. Mother and father on premises. ..
Saltville, Virginia
Gray
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Saltville, VA
VA
$500
Paint Stallion
apache has been handled sence birth, up to date on coggins, will stand for ..
Saltville, Virginia
Paint
Stallion
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Saltville, VA
VA
$2,500
Paint Stallion
rocket has exellent blood lines, is reg. to apha. has been handled sence bi..
Saltville, Virginia
Paint
Stallion
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Saltville, VA
VA
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Beautiful Red, White and Black Walking Horse! Fancy Lady is a very laid ba..
Lebanon, Virginia
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Lebanon, VA
VA
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Uno's Little Star is by Uno Rooster who has earned $20, 240. 00 in NCHA / ..
Lebanon, Virginia
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Lebanon, VA
VA
$8,000
Appaloosa Mare
Grand daughter of ACAAP Champion Brandon's Sun Bear. Shown in 05 by novic..
Lebanon, Virginia
Bay Roan
Appaloosa
Mare
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Lebanon, VA
VA
$4,000

About Richlands,VA

Located along the banks of the Clinch River, Richlands began as a farming community and was named for its fertile "rich lands." The Clinch Valley Coal & Iron Company began to develop Richlands in 1890, and company officials hoped Richlands' readily available coal, iron, and timber might make it the "Pittsburgh of the South." The company abandoned its plans following the stock market crash of 1893. In February 1893, Richlands was the site of a mass lynching of five black railroad workers after it was alleged some of the men had robbed and beaten a white man. Four of the railroad workers were arrested and held in the Richlands jail, but the jailor was overpowered by a mob of white townspeople, including James Hurt, a magistrate and member of Richlands' town council, and James Crabtree, a prominent businessman, who removed the four men and hanged them from the same tree. A fifth black railroad worker was later found and lynched. The Richlands Historic District encompasses much of downtown Richlands, and the Tazewell Avenue Historic District, and Williams House, are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places.