Halter Horses for Sale near Carson, CA

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Rhiannon - Mare in Los Angeles, CA
Rhiannon
Beautiful 9 year old style black Morgan mare for sale! Completely sound wit..
Los Angeles, California
Black
Morgan
Mare
10
Los Angeles, CA
CA
$5,000
 - Stallion in Norco, CA
Miniature Stallion
sire (Michigan's Hurricane Andrew) is 34" National Champion halter winner ..
Norco, California
Gray
Miniature
Stallion
-
Norco, CA
CA
$2,500
Paint Stallion
Dakota is extremely talented horse! He learns really fast. He excels in E..
Yorba Linda, California
Paint
Stallion
-
Yorba Linda, CA
CA
$4,500
Welsh Pony Stallion
Started under saddle, ridden by a 5 & 9 year old. trail or arena, with or ..
Brea, California
Chestnut
Welsh Pony
Stallion
-
Brea, CA
CA
$4,200
Pony of the Americas Stallion
An awesome individual! This stallion has fabulous presence, conformation, c..
Norco, California
Other
Pony of the Americas
Stallion
-
Norco, CA
CA
$450
Quarter Horse Stallion
Son of World Champion Excelebration. Excelebration is a full brother to Kid..
Pomona, California
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Pomona, CA
CA
$3,200
Miniature Stallion
~Josh~ is a cute 6 yr old, 33 in. B & W miniature stallion. Double register..
Chino, California
Miniature
Stallion
-
Chino, CA
CA
$2,800
Paint Mare
Impressive Bred Filly she is only a yearling. Halter her now, ride her and ..
Norco, California
Bay
Paint
Mare
-
Norco, CA
CA
$4,500
Paint Mare
APHA Chestnut filly AWESOME halter / Broodmare prospect. Already APHA Multi..
Riverside, California
Chestnut
Paint
Mare
-
Riverside, CA
CA
$3,000
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About Carson,CA

The year 1921 marked the first drilling for oil at Dominguez Hill, on the northwest side of the Dominguez Rancho, site of the famous battle during the Mexican–American War called the Battle of Dominguez Rancho in 1846. The mineral rights to this property were owned by Carson Estate Company, the Hellman Family, the Dominguez Estate Company, and the Burnham Exploration Company of Frederick Russell Burnham. On September 7, 1923, Burnham Exploration partnering with Union Oil brought in the first producer on the site: Callender No. 1-A well at a depth of 4,068 feet (1,240 m) and 1,193 barrels per day (189.7 m 3/d). Before long a number of refineries were up and running, with over 350 oil derricks, tank farms, and sprawling industrial complexes becoming a familiar part of the scenery.