Horses for Sale near Baton Rouge, LA

46-55 of 55 Results
Advanced Search
Mustang Stallion
looking for a wild mustang that was taken off of the land not trained still..
Jackson, Louisiana
Bay
Mustang
Stallion
-
Jackson, LA
LA
$500
Quarter Horse Mare
Hi. I'm looking for a gentle mare for an intermediate to beginner rider. A..
Livonia, Louisiana
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Livonia, LA
LA
$1,200
Arabian Stallion
This Chestnut Gelding has been started under saddle by Doug Thompson, great..
Hammond, Louisiana
Chestnut
Arabian
Stallion
-
Hammond, LA
LA
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
ROSIE IS BOMB PROOF. Big, Muscular power horse with lots of SPUNK for her a..
Albany, Louisiana
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Albany, LA
LA
$1,800
Quarter Horse Mare
ROSIE is very muscular with lots of spirt for her age. Always ready for wor..
Albany, Louisiana
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Albany, LA
LA
$1,800
Quarter Horse Stallion
Pep has not been ridden for a year due to my pregnancy. Great horse no vic..
Reserve, Louisiana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Reserve, LA
LA
$2,300
Percheron Stallion
Tyler has excellent conformation and a wonderful loving temperment. He make..
Hammond, Louisiana
Black
Percheron
Stallion
-
Hammond, LA
LA
$300
Quarter Horse Mare
this is an outstanding filly, very nicely built. Awesome bloodline. This fi..
Springfield, Louisiana
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Springfield, LA
LA
$2,000
Clydesdale Stallion
This pair have been pulling together since they were two and three years ol..
Port Allen, Louisiana
Bay
Clydesdale
Stallion
-
Port Allen, LA
LA
$9,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Very athletic 12 yr old gray TB gelding. Have had Miles in dressage traini..
Port Allen, Louisiana
Gray
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Port Allen, LA
LA
$3,000
4

About Baton Rouge,LA

Human habitation in the Baton Rouge area has been dated to 12000–6500 BCE, based on evidence found along the Mississippi, Comite, and Amite rivers. Earthwork mounds were built by hunter-gatherer societies in the Middle Archaic period, from roughly the fourth millennium BCE. The speakers of the Proto- Muskogean language divided into its descendant languages by about 1000 BCE; and a cultural boundary between either side of Mobile Bay and the Black Warrior River began to appear between about 1200 BCE and 500 BCE, a period called the Middle "Gulf Formational Stage". The Eastern Muskogean language began to diversify internally in the first half of the first millennium AD. The early Muskogean societies were the bearers of the Mississippian culture, which formed around 800 CE and extended in a vast network across the Mississippi and Ohio valleys, with numerous chiefdoms in the Southeast, as well.