Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Red Springs, NC

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Appaloosa Stallion
Recently gelded, started under saddle, working really good. A must see hor..
Hamlet, North Carolina
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Hamlet, NC
NC
$1,000
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
Quarter Horse Mare
Charity is a kid friendly horse she is spook free and does everything you ..
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Fayetteville, NC
NC
$1,000
Arabian Mare
Gorgeous Black 99% straight eqyptian filly with only a white star. She is ..
Lillington, North Carolina
Black
Arabian
Mare
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Lillington, NC
NC
$2,000
Paint Mare
Reg. Paint Mare that is a Sonny dee Bar granddaughter and infoal for 2009 ..
Lillington, North Carolina
Paint
Mare
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Lillington, NC
NC
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Price reduced but will increase with training. With 5 months of professio..
Spring Lake, North Carolina
Paint
Stallion
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Spring Lake, NC
NC
$13,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Lori is gorgeous. Bought for a beginner, not a beginner horse. Too much fo..
Fayetteville, North Carolina
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Fayetteville, NC
NC
$2,500
Arabian Stallion
PVA Al Padron (AHA # 0589510) (FS Treasure Bey (Padrons Psyche) X Morigo (..
Dillon, South Carolina
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Dillon, SC
SC
$3,500
Paint Mare
~Annie~ is a yearling and already 14. 2. An elegant mover and flashy. She ..
Sanford, North Carolina
Paint
Mare
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Sanford, NC
NC
$4,500
Arabian Mare
Excellent youth or amateur show horse. Region 15 Champion Youth Western Pl..
Sanford, North Carolina
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Sanford, NC
NC
$15,000
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About Red Springs,NC

Long before Red Springs was incorporated in 1887 and its postal name changed from its former name of Dora in 1884, one of the first settlers in this community was "Sailor Hector" McNeill. It is not known exactly how he got his nickname, but he is found using it in the Bladen County tax lists of 1771. (Red Springs is in Robeson County which was formed from Bladen County in 1787.) "Sailor Hector" McNeill's home was at the top of the hill on the edge of the McNeill cemetery in town, and he and his wife Mary are buried there in unmarked graves. In the decades before the Civil War up into the early 20th century the community was known as "The Springs", and it became a popular spa and resort in the mid-19th century. People of that time came from all parts to sample the sweet, iron-rich water and stay at the hotel there, built before 1854 by Malcolm C.