Thoroughbred Horses for Sale near Louisburg, KS

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Amirra - Mare in Lawrence, KS
Amirra
Amirra is a 15.3, 2006 percheron-thoroughbred mare. She is trained in dress..
Lawrence, Kansas
Brown
Thoroughbred
Mare
16
Lawrence, KS
KS
$9,000
 - Mare in Mission, KS
Thoroughbred Mare
Inca is a gorgeous 16. 1 hh registered thoroughbred mare. She has never r..
Mission, Kansas
Bay
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Mission, KS
KS
$3,250
 - Mare in Kansas City, MO
Thoroughbred Mare
"Cover Girl" Aka Maybelline is a well - built 16. 1 hand 10 year old Thoro..
Kansas City, Missouri
Gray
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Kansas City, MO
MO
$4,500
Captain Ray
Off the track Excellent under the saddle but does need an experienced rider..
Lees Summit, Missouri
Bay
Thoroughbred
Gelding
18
Lees Summit, MO
MO
$1,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Beautiful stud colt, broke to lunge, lead, bathe and groom. Racing blood. B..
Grain Valley, Missouri
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Grain Valley, MO
MO
$2,000
Thoroughbred Mare
Talye is a delightful mare the color of a burnished copper penny with a bla..
Kansas City, Missouri
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Kansas City, MO
MO
$2,500
Thoroughbred Stallion
Beautifully conformed Illinois bred colt by Kentucky Derby runner up and to..
Stilwell, Kansas
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
-
Stilwell, KS
KS
$13,500
Thoroughbred Mare
Has had one foal slipped another. She is dead quiet / calm. Foal was sold ..
Olathe, Kansas
Black
Thoroughbred
Mare
-
Olathe, KS
KS
$1,500
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About Louisburg,KS

Prior to the American Civil War, the land of what is now called Louisburg was part of an area reserved for members of various tribes of Native Americans who were ceding their lands in Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana. Settling there were the Peoria, Wea, Piankeshaw, and Kaskaskia tribes which together eventually became the Confederated Tribe of Peoria. Traders and missionaries often visited the area, and by 1854 Euro-American farmers began moving nearby, establishing homes. Upon the organization of the state of Kansas in 1861, the Confederated Tribes were being charged with taxes, and the new state laws conflicted with their own. By 1866, following the Civil War, the government moved the Confederated Tribe of Peoria to Oklahoma, and the land they once occupied was sold to settlers.