Welsh Ponies for Sale near Fuquay-Varina, NC

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Welsh Pony Stallion
Gus is the real deal. His color will either make him or break him in the s..
Wake Forest, North Carolina
Welsh Pony
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Wake Forest, NC
NC
$7,500
Welsh Pony Stallion
Beautiful 5 yr old, has been trail riding and would make a nice show pony f..
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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Chapel Hill, NC
NC
$1,500
Welsh Pony Stallion
Flashy roan chestnut, Welsh Section A pony with flaxen mane and tail. Rowfa..
Linden, North Carolina
Chestnut
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Linden, NC
NC
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Welsh Pony Mare
AmerDansk Contessa is a fancy dapple grey Welsh Arab cross, great mover, ve..
Linden, North Carolina
Gray
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Linden, NC
NC
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Welsh Pony Mare
Fancy medium hunter pony - great mover! Eligible to show in green pony div..
Linden, North Carolina
Gray
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Linden, NC
NC
$15,000
Welsh Pony Stallion
Lord Byron, by GlanNant Sunray out of GlanNant Poetry, standing at AmerDans..
Linden, North Carolina
Gray
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Linden, NC
NC
$750
Welsh Pony Mare
Fancy Small division prospect, elig. Green. Fancy mover, scopey jumper. Wi..
Raleigh, North Carolina
Palomino
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Raleigh, NC
NC
$8,500
Welsh Pony Mare
Super fancy Welsh / Oldenburg 7 yr old chestnut mare with star, chrome. Fan..
Raleigh, North Carolina
Chestnut
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Raleigh, NC
NC
$10,000
Welsh Pony Stallion
Perfect kids' pony. Very quiet and dependable. honest, true babysitter, swe..
Rougemont, North Carolina
White
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Rougemont, NC
NC
$2,000
Welsh Pony Stallion
6 yr old 14. 1 7 / 8 perm card Welshx gelding. Fancy chestnut w / blaze and..
Holly Springs, North Carolina
Bay
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Holly Springs, NC
NC
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About Fuquay-Varina,NC

Frenchman William Fuquay first settled in the small farming town of Sippihaw, named for the original Native American tribe that inhabited the area. Although there is no history of a tribe called Sippihaw, there are historical accounts in the area of a tribe called Susippihaw. In the mid-19th century while plowing the fields of the family plantation tobacco farmer Stephen Fuquay, great-grandson of William, discovered a spring. Originally the spring was used solely for drinking water. Stephen soon came to the conclusion that the mineral water flowing from the springs had healing properties.