Jumping Horses for Sale near Ruston, LA

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Gig - Mare in Sterlington, LA
Gig
Ottb great mind sold legs been started over jumps turns on the hocks backs ..
Sterlington, Louisiana
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
11
Sterlington, LA
LA
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Last opportunity to own a colt from the great mare, ONCE IN A DREAM. She wo..
Monroe, Louisiana
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Monroe, LA
LA
$8,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Super sweet, pretty, dark mahogany bay mare. Currently in foal to World Ch..
Monroe, Louisiana
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Monroe, LA
LA
$3,000
Miniature Stallion
Sire: Hidden Hollow Mathew Dam: Tiny Towns Pocahontas Too Comanche is..
West Monroe, Louisiana
Sorrel
Miniature
Stallion
-
West Monroe, LA
LA
$675
Thoroughbred Stallion
Chief Rochelle (Warlock) , 15. 3 hand 1996 Black TB gelding, great hunter /..
Ringgold, Louisiana
Black
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Ringgold, LA
LA
$2,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Kid has an incredibly sweet "puppy dog" personality and a great mind. He is..
Ruston, Louisiana
Gray
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Ruston, LA
LA
$5,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Dubya is incentivefundregistered. He has Halterbloodlinesbut is VERY athlet..
Bastrop, Louisiana
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Bastrop, LA
LA
$2,800
Thoroughbred Stallion
Sunny is an excellent mover. He is very athletic and willing. He was never ..
Ruston, Louisiana
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Ruston, LA
LA
$25,000
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About Ruston,LA

During the Reconstruction Era following the Civil War, word soon reached the young parish near what is now Ruston, that the Vicksburg, Shreveport, and Pacific Railroad would begin to run across north Louisiana, linking the Deep South with the West (the current operator is Kansas City Southern Railway). Robert Edwin Russ, the Lincoln Parish sheriff from 1877–1880, donated 640 acres (2.6 km 2) to the town and this area was eventually known as Ruston (shorthand for Russ town). In 1883, commercial and residential lots were created and sold for $375 apiece; and soon the sawing of lumber and clacking of hammers could be heard throughout the area. As the town began to take shape, new churches, businesses, civic organizations and schools were being established. Cotton farming fueled the economy.