Paint Horses for Sale near Ruston, LA

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Pete is a pretty paint gelding with plenty of get up and go. He is a fast ..
Bastrop, Louisiana
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Bastrop, LA
LA
$750
Paint Mare
Pearl is a beautiful, dappled buckskin mare. She has been competed on in ..
Minden, Louisiana
Buckskin
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Minden, LA
LA
$2,500
Paint Mare
Beautiful Black / White Med. Hat mare that is broke to ride. she load, sta..
Bastrop, Louisiana
White
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Bastrop, LA
LA
$4,000
Paint Mare
Nice Reg. mare, gentle and loads easily. Reg #307171. Star is bred to a s..
Bastrop, Louisiana
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Bastrop, LA
LA
$3,500
Paint Mare
Gentle brood mare who has raised several pretty paint colts. Bloodline of R..
Bastrop, Louisiana
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Bastrop, LA
LA
$550
Paint Mare
Good horse for any age rider. Gentle and easy to handle. Stays calm in abou..
Columbia, Louisiana
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Columbia, LA
LA
$2,250
Paint Stallion
Bay and white tobiano stallion. Mulatescochonville has been roped off of an..
Minden, Louisiana
Black Overo
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Minden, LA
LA
$7,500
Paint Stallion
SOLD Here is your all around horse. 2 / 3d barrel horse. very consistant...
West Monroe, Louisiana
Chestnut
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West Monroe, LA
LA
$5,200
Paint Stallion
This is an unbelievable colt!He has the loud color, the confirmation and th..
West Monroe, Louisiana
Sorrel
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West Monroe, LA
LA
$3,000
Paint Mare
"Velvet" is a 15-2 hand, AB informative mare that has produced two homozygo..
Ruston, Louisiana
Brown
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Ruston, LA
LA
$6,500
Paint Mare
Heavily muscled bay tobiano filly. Sire is Nat'l Ch. Header, Res. Nat'l Ch...
El Dorado, Arkansas
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El Dorado, AR
AR
$3,000
Paint Mare
Yearling filly . One of the last daughters of California Skip CHAMPION AND ..
Athens, Louisiana
Sorrel
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Athens, LA
LA
$3,500
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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.