Jumping Horses for Sale near Slidell, LA

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Thoroughbred Stallion
Gem is good for an intermediate rider. He would rather do the hopeful jum..
Slidell, Louisiana
Brown
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Slidell, LA
LA
$2,000
Paint Mare
Just A Little Fancy. Chesnut w / blaze and star. 3 socks. UTD on shots an..
Slidell, Louisiana
Chestnut
Paint
Mare
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Slidell, LA
LA
$9,500
Appendix Stallion
OTT Appendix Gelding. Under saddle for 6 months. Over fences for 3 months. ..
Gulfport, Mississippi
Sorrel
Appendix
Stallion
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Gulfport, MS
MS
$4,000
Paint Mare
Mare is APHA registered and can be PtHA if application is sent in. She rid..
Killian, Louisiana
Black
Paint
Mare
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Killian, LA
LA
$4,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Tinman is a 16 hand registered quarter horse, born in Kansas where he was u..
Slidell, Louisiana
Gray
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Slidell, LA
LA
$6,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
6 yr old grey TB Gelding. Has started some dressage and jumping training. H..
Covington, Louisiana
Gray
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Covington, LA
LA
$3,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Whiskey is a 2 year old bay TB filly that is a great racing prospect. She i..
Covington, Louisiana
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
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Covington, LA
LA
$7,000
Pinto Mare
i used belle in many lessons, trail rides, jumping, and barrels. She really..
New Orleans, Louisiana
Pinto
Mare
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New Orleans, LA
LA
$2,800
Quarter Pony Stallion
Dallas is fast, quick, kid safe and easy to work with. He is fun to ride a..
Covington, Louisiana
Red Dun
Quarter Pony
Stallion
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Covington, LA
LA
$2,500
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About Slidell,LA

One of the earlier settlers to the area was Foster Willie. Along with a younger brother, Wesley Coke Asbury Gause, Judge Wingate, and several others, he left Shallotte, North Carolina, on February 18, and arrived at Pearlington, Mississippi, on April 14, 1836. Wesley and his family remained there, while John and family crossed the Pearl River and built a log cabin on the west bank, a little further south. He then began a lumber mill in the fledgling town later known as Slidell. His traveling back and forth from lumber yard to home created a road known today as Gause Boulevard, a major east/west street in the town.