Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Port Neches, TX

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Tennessee Walking - Horse for Sale in Batson, TX 77519
Chloe
Chloe is a super smooth registered TWH. She has been hauled, rode in the mo..
Batson, Texas
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
6
Batson, TX
TX
$3,500
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
Appaloosa Mare
Miss Mega Luck (Meg) produces big beautiful, sweet babies with lots of colo..
Winnie, Texas
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Winnie, TX
TX
$2,500
Appaloosa Stallion
STANDING FOR 2006 BREEDING SEASON! Lucky's Shadobar will stand to 2 or 3 AP..
Winnie, Texas
Palomino
Appaloosa
Stallion
-
Winnie, TX
TX
$250
Paint Stallion
Super Nice APHA overo colt. Sire: Skipper DI, out of Doubley Impress. Skipp..
Kountze, Texas
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
-
Kountze, TX
TX
$1,800
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About Port Neches, TX

The area known as Port Neches was once inhabited by tribes of the coastal-dwelling Karankawa and Atakapa Native Americans. Smith's Bluff (the future site of Sun Oil and Union Oil of California riverside property) and Grigsby's Bluff (now Port Neches) were the only two high land bluffs on the Neches River south of Beaumont. Before 1780, Grigsby's Bluff, specifically that part of Port Neches immediately east of Port Neches Park, had been a Native American town for at least 1,500 years, at first of the Karankawa tribe, whose 7-foot (2.1 m) skeletons were often found in the burial mounds there; and after 1650 of the Nacazils, a sub-tribe of the Attakapas, who were a short and stocky people before their extinction about 1780. As of 1841, there were six large burial mounds at Grigsby's Bluff, size about 60 feet (18 m) wide, 20 feet (6.1 m) tall, and 100 yards (91 m) long, consisting entirely of clam and sea shells, skeletons, pottery shards, and other Native American artifacts. Between 1841 and 1901, all six of the mounds disappeared, a result of human actions.