Overo Color Producing Barrel Stallion
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Wilburton, OK
flashy overo stallion. proffesionaly broke at two and riding good ever since. quiet horse never know hes a stud. throws loud color everytime. started running barrels and loping poles. has been exhibitioning at jackpots. will be entering playdays and barrel races as soon as it warms up. 918-465-7***9 have barrel video and more photos
About Wilburton, OK
The community now known as Wilburton was originally established as a group of settlers living around Riddle's Station, a stop for the Butterfield Overland Mail stagecoach along the trail from Fort Smith, Arkansas to Fort Worth, Texas. Riddle's Station was built in 1858 and the Overland Stage operated from 1857 to 1861. According to the Oklahoma Encyclopedia of History and Culture, it was likely named for Will Burton, a contractor and surveyor who was involved in platting the townsite and building the Choctaw Coal and Railway Company line from Wister to McAlester. According to Oklahoma Place Names, it was named after Elisha Wilbur, who was the president of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. The post office was established in 1891.