Quarter Horses for Sale near Lake Charles, LA

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Tabano San 406 - Gelding in Sulphur, LA
Tabano San 406
Solid breakaway or calf horse for jr high to amateur rodeos. Numerous Cham..
Sulphur, Louisiana
Sorrel
Quarter Horse
Gelding
14
Sulphur, LA
LA
$15,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Very nice Jet Black Registered AQHA Yearling filly. Has Haidas Little Pep ..
Sulphur, Louisiana
Black
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Sulphur, LA
LA
$375
Quarter Horse Stallion
Appollo is an 18 yoa Palomino - Appaloosa / Quarter Horse Gelding he is 14..
Iowa, Louisiana
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Iowa, LA
LA
$1,200
Quarter Horse Mare
RPL Regally #3818718. HYPP NN. DNA'ed. 90 days barrel training with ShayL..
Sulphur, Louisiana
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Sulphur, LA
LA
$4,000
Quarter Horse Mare
Diamond is a big beautiful Blood Bay mare that can be very entergetic or v..
Iowa, Louisiana
Bay Roan
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Iowa, LA
LA
$3,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
92% Foundation Cremello Stallion, Guaranteed Palominos on Sorrels and Ches..
Deridder, Louisiana
Cremello
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Deridder, LA
LA
$300
Quarter Horse Mare
My brown horse is a good horse. My kids have already rode her and she neve..
Deridder, Louisiana
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Deridder, LA
LA
$1,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Camanchee is a very entergetic horse, he loves to be aaround other horses...
Vinton, Louisiana
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Vinton, LA
LA
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
Baby Lee Bug - Accredited La. Bred Yearling - Nominated to:MBNA America Rac..
Vinton, Louisiana
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Mare
-
Vinton, LA
LA
$3,500
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About Lake Charles,LA

On March 7, 1861, Lake Charles was officially incorporated as the town of Charleston, Louisiana. Lake Charles was originally founded by merchant and tradesman Marco Eliche (or Marco de Élitxe) as an outpost. He was a Sephardic Jewish trader of either Basque-Spanish or Venetian-Italian origins. He had arrived to Louisiana after hitchhiking and was invited onto a Spanish vessel due to his determination and loyalty to volunteer and work freely for the Spanish Empire. Long before incorporation and even before the Louisiana Purchase, other names for Lake Charles were Porte du Lafitte (Port of Jean Lafitte) or Rivière Lafitte (River Lafitte/Lafitte's River), among many other names now lost.