Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Cheraw, SC

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Lilly - Mare in Indian Trail, NC
Lilly
We have a 10 year old 14.2 hand white Appaloosa mare for salel. She was sol..
Indian Trail, North Carolina
White
Appaloosa
Mare
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Indian Trail, NC
NC
$3,200
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
Quarter Horse Stallion
"Rio" is an excellent example of the ever growing popular combination of h..
Monroe, North Carolina
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Monroe, NC
NC
$400
Belgian Draft Stallion
Greenbroke to ride. Needs intermediate to advanced rider. Great ground man..
Marshville, North Carolina
Sorrel
Belgian Draft
Stallion
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Marshville, NC
NC
$2,200
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
Tennessee Walking Stallion
This goregous 5 yo gelding is a showstopper on the rail and on the trail. H..
Oakboro, North Carolina
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Oakboro, NC
NC
$15,000
Arabian Mare
With 77% Crabbet / Blunt bloodlines and the conformation true to the breed...
Wingate, North Carolina
Bay
Arabian
Mare
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Wingate, NC
NC
$4,500
Arabian Stallion
WH Alpha Centauri (registration pending) is correct and powerful. His confo..
Bishopville, South Carolina
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
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Bishopville, SC
SC
$2,500
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About Cheraw,SC

When the first Europeans arrived in the area it was inhabited by the Cheraw and Pee Dee American Indian tribes. The Cheraw lived near the waterfall hill, near present-day Cheraw, but by the 1730s they had been devastated by new infectious disease inadvertently carried by the European traders. Survivors joined the Catawba Confederacy for safety and left their name in history. Only a few scattered Cheraw families remained by the time of the American Revolution. A few European settlers entered their territory in the 1730s, forced upriver when the Welsh came to claim the Welsh Baptist lands granted by the English government in the area around Society Hill.