Tall, easy to handle 4 year old mare. Would make a great dressage,
About Sunset,LA As many towns started in Southern Louisiana, Sunset began as a railroad town and was incorporated in 1904, with the first village meeting held on December 7 of that same year. Victor Hugo Sibille was the first mayor. It served for a brief time as the "Sweet Potato Capital of the Nation" at the turn of the 20th century. Oddly enough, The Bank of Sunset was one of the very few that did not close throughout the Great Depression of 1929. [ citation needed ] Armand Brinkhaus, Sunset lawyer and former member of both houses of the Louisiana State Legislature ^ "2016 U.S.
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