Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Boykins, VA

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Gypsy Vanner - Horse for Sale in Carrollton, VA 23314
May May
***this mare has started to bag up. If she is not purchased before she foal..
Carrollton, Virginia
Piebald
Gypsy Vanner
Mare
14
Carrollton, VA
VA
$15,000
Arabian Mare
high egyption bred filly by a El Halimaar son. Sweet registration pendin..
Petersburg, Virginia
White
Arabian
Mare
-
Petersburg, VA
VA
$2,000
Arabian Mare
3 yr old SE mare for sale or trade for a beginner type riding horse...
Petersburg, Virginia
Arabian
Mare
-
Petersburg, VA
VA
$5,500
Paint Mare
I am looking for a black and white paint mare that is 15. 3 or bigger. 2 o..
Smithfield, Virginia
Black
Paint
Mare
-
Smithfield, VA
VA
$4,000
Arabian Mare
Purebred egyptian related filly, can be registered. 500 and you register h..
Petersburg, Virginia
Gray
Arabian
Mare
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Petersburg, VA
VA
$500
Arabian Stallion
chestnut / flaxen with 4 white feet & roaning throughout. SE..
Petersburg, Virginia
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
-
Petersburg, VA
VA
$800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Blu Solitaire has one blue eye and one brown. He has been ridden almost e..
Windsor, Virginia
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Windsor, VA
VA
$7,300
Appaloosa Stallion
Etch is a green horse, he's had 90 days of training. He's a good show prosp..
Lawrenceville, Virginia
Roan
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Lawrenceville, VA
VA
$3,500
Saddlebred Mare
Mia would be a wonderful dressage mount as she knows many of the basic late..
Petersburg, Virginia
Chestnut
Saddlebred
Mare
-
Petersburg, VA
VA
$3,500
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About Boykins, VA

John Boykin acquired a tract to the south of what became the town on the road to Severn, North Carolina, which lay partly in Virginia and partly in North Carolina. In 1829 Boykin and his wife sold the land and moved to Alabama. In 1835, Edward Beaton, one of three brothers who were living in Isle of Wight County near the Blackwater River, came to Southampton County and acquired the tract of land that is now known as Boykins from Francis Rochelle. Beaton, who was a continuous resident of Boykins until his death in 1880, is given credit for the founding of the town. The Beaton-Powell House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.