Lusitano Horses for Sale near Thousand Oaks, CA

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Lusitano Stallion
Kaganche is a strong, trained bullfighting horse with full of energy and h..
El Segundo, California
Black
Lusitano
Stallion
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El Segundo, CA
CA
$48,000
Lusitano Stallion
Quiver is truly one of a kind. He's agile, strong, brave and with a great ..
Long Beach, California
Buckskin
Lusitano
Stallion
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Long Beach, CA
CA
$1,800
Lusitano Stallion
Koncilador Del La Font is our beautiful black Lusitano Stallion imported f..
Long Beach, California
Black
Lusitano
Stallion
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Long Beach, CA
CA
$1,500
Lusitano Stallion
Kaganche is imported from France and comes from the famous "Veiga" bloodli..
Long Beach, California
Black
Lusitano
Stallion
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Long Beach, CA
CA
$42,000
Lusitano Stallion
Herd Reduction!!!Distinto will make a good Pleasure or Dressage horse. He ..
Long Beach, California
Gray
Lusitano
Stallion
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Long Beach, CA
CA
$12,000
Lusitano Stallion
Bardo is a very fancy mover and very photogenic. He will make a good pleas..
Long Beach, California
Gray
Lusitano
Stallion
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Long Beach, CA
CA
$12,000
Lusitano Stallion
Universo is going to make a good dressage horse. At just two years hold he..
Long Beach, California
Gray
Lusitano
Stallion
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Long Beach, CA
CA
$14,000
Lusitano Stallion
Quiver is truly remarkable. He comes from the famous "Imperador" His unusu..
Long Beach, California
Buckskin
Lusitano
Stallion
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Long Beach, CA
CA
$1,800
Lusitano Stallion
Kaganche is imported from France and comes from the famous "veiga" bloodli..
Long Beach, California
Black
Lusitano
Stallion
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Long Beach, CA
CA
$42,000
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About Thousand Oaks,CA

Chumash people were the first to inhabit what is now called Thousand Oaks, settling there over 10,000 years ago. It was home to two major villages: Sap'wi ("House of the Deer") and Satwiwa ("The Bluffs"). Sap'wi is now by the Chumash Interpretive Center which is home to multiple 2,000 year-old pictographs. Satwiwa is the home of the Native American Indian Culture Center which sits at the foothills of Mount Boney in Newbury Park, a sacred mountain to the Chumash. A smaller village, Yitimasɨh, was located where Wildwood Elementary School sits today.