Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Orangeburg, SC

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Princess - Mare in Elgin, SC
Princess
I have 13.2 hand, 14 year old beautiful all around pony offered for sale to..
Elgin, South Carolina
Chestnut
Quarter Pony
Mare
17
Elgin, SC
SC
$1,650
Palomino Mare
Sweet palomino mare, double registered (AQHA & PHBA) , great personality, ..
Williston, South Carolina
Palomino
Palomino
Mare
-
Williston, SC
SC
$3,000
Palomino Stallion
15H Palomino Gelding, Wonderful disposition, 90 days professional training..
Williston, South Carolina
Palomino
Palomino
Stallion
-
Williston, SC
SC
$1,800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Prince would be suitable for an experienced beginner child or adult. He is..
Columbia, South Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Columbia, SC
SC
$3,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Jet is an all around horse, he is great with kids, has great ground manner..
Gilbert, South Carolina
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Gilbert, SC
SC
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
A Jettin Investment. . . Great blood lines. Professionally trained in Westr..
Columbia, South Carolina
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Columbia, SC
SC
$4,200
Quarter Horse Mare
nice mare - bred to Triple Gold Fantasy for May '05 baby. She's well manne..
Cottageville, South Carolina
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cottageville, SC
SC
$2,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Bred to Triple Gold Fantasy for March 05 baby. Ultrasound done. Neg coggin..
Cottageville, South Carolina
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Cottageville, SC
SC
$2,000
Draft Stallion
Star Of Poseidon is registered with NASDHA and PDR. He is a handsomely mark..
Manning, South Carolina
Draft
Stallion
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Manning, SC
SC
$400
Paint Stallion
This colt is breed for the halter ring but would also make an excellent hun..
Swansea, South Carolina
Bay
Paint
Stallion
-
Swansea, SC
SC
$975
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About Orangeburg,SC

European settlement in this area started in 1704 when George Sterling set up a post here for fur trade with Native Americans. To encourage settlement, the General Assembly of the Province of South Carolina in 1730 organized the area as a township, naming it Orangeburg for William IV, Prince of Orange, the son-in-law of King George II of Great Britain. In 1735, a colony of 200 Swiss, German and Dutch immigrants formed a community near the banks of the North Edisto River. The site was attractive because of the fertile soil and the abundance of wildlife. The river provided the all-important transportation waterway to the port of Charleston on the Atlantic coast for the area's agriculture and lumber products, and for shipping goods upriver.