Barrel Racing Horses for Sale near West Monroe, LA

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Quarter Horse Stallion
"Pie" is a 4 yr old registered quarter horse with lots of potential. We ha..
Eros, Louisiana
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Eros, LA
LA
$6,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Puddin is a yearling stallion quarter horse, but papers lost. Puddin has b..
Bastrop, Louisiana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bastrop, LA
LA
$500
Paint Stallion
Pete is a pretty paint gelding with plenty of get up and go. He is a fast ..
Bastrop, Louisiana
Paint
Stallion
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Bastrop, LA
LA
$750
Quarter Horse Stallion
Joe is an easy going, gentle gelding in barrel training at present. Quick ..
Bastrop, Louisiana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bastrop, LA
LA
$1,000
Paint Mare
Beautiful Black / White Med. Hat mare that is broke to ride. she load, sta..
Bastrop, Louisiana
White
Paint
Mare
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Bastrop, LA
LA
$4,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Red is a beautiful sorrel geldings with a blonde mane. He has been green b..
Bastrop, Louisiana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Bastrop, LA
LA
$450
Paint Stallion
2003 APHA breeding stock stud colt "Totally Perky". Great conformation and..
Winnsboro, Louisiana
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Winnsboro, LA
LA
$650
Paint Stallion
2002 APHA breeding stock sorrel gelding, "Heza Awesome One". Great disposi..
Winnsboro, Louisiana
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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Winnsboro, LA
LA
$750
Paint Mare
2001 APHA breeding stock mare, "Sugars Ltl Red". Sorrel. Very gentle and s..
Winnsboro, Louisiana
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Winnsboro, LA
LA
$500
Paint Stallion
SOLD Here is your all around horse. 2 / 3d barrel horse. very consistant...
West Monroe, Louisiana
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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West Monroe, LA
LA
$5,200
Paint Stallion
This is an unbelievable colt!He has the loud color, the confirmation and th..
West Monroe, Louisiana
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
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West Monroe, LA
LA
$3,000
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About West Monroe,LA

Originally laid out in 1837 as Byron by John Campbell at the foot of the ferry landing to Monroe, the town floundered and Campbell went bankrupt. The area was bought by Christopher Dabbs, a doctor from Virginia who submitted the plans for Cotton Port in 1854; it was officially recognized in 1859. It too languished until the arrival of the Vicksburg, Shreveport, & Texas Railroad and the construction of the bridge over the Ouachita. Cotton Port boomed as a river port and rail depot.