Missouri Fox Trotters for Sale near Ruston, LA

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Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
Beautiful dark gold champagne stud colt. Thick mane and tail. Extra gentle..
Calhoun, Louisiana
Palomino
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Calhoun, LA
LA
$2,500
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
This is a beautiful gentle champagne MISSOURI FOX TROTTER STALLION for sal..
West Monroe, Louisiana
Champagne
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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West Monroe, LA
LA
$2,500
Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
This is the most beautiful champagne filly you have ever seen. Very calm d..
West Monroe, Louisiana
Champagne
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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West Monroe, LA
LA
$1,000
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
This gelding is a double registered MFT / Spotted Saddle Horse. If you wan..
Minden, Louisiana
Pinto
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Minden, LA
LA
$4,000
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
Duke is a terrific, kid gentle, 7 year old gelding. He carries 2 adults do..
Minden, Louisiana
Sorrel
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Minden, LA
LA
$3,000
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
Duke is a terrific, all around, 7 yr. old gelding with papers. His slow g..
Minden, Louisiana
Sorrel
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Minden, LA
LA
$3,000
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
Priced to move at $1400 Buck is a 7 yr old 15. 2 hh Golden Palomino Missou..
El Dorado, Arkansas
Palomino
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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El Dorado, AR
AR
$1,200
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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.