Reg Friesian Sport Horse
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Friesian Heritage Horse & Sport Horse Registry
Friesian Mare for Sale in Bartlesville, OK
*** ONLINE AUCTION *** Place your bid now or use the BUY NOW option www.horseporium.com Auction ends October 1st $4000 starting Bid Visit our Website for more info, pictures, Video Lady Jasmine van Cashmere 2018, 4.5 m old, Bay,15h (still growing), Mare 18 months of English & Western saddle training, 4 months dedicated trail riding and most recent 2 m of dressage training. She is ready to be finished! PPE by Pine Ridge Equine Hospital Glenpool, 100 % Clean X-rays of the Cannon Bones and Hooves, Health Screening, & Lameness Exam ;2022 Coggins, 2022 Shots , teeth done 08/2021,Microchipped,6wk rotation on shoes, 3 rotation on worming, Loads/Unloads, side passes & stands for mounting at a block. Pasture or stabling no crib, loving mare who wants her person!! Cheryl L West, Trainer West Equitation Ranch Sand SpringsOk “The last 2 months. I have truly enjoyed preparing Jasmine the Freisan cross mare for her future. She is a quick learner, has beautiful movement, is easy to sit and fun. She is available! She went from no contact to seeking the bit. Is getting some nice walk trot and canter transitions, including starting to get walk to canter and back to walk. She has learned leg yield, side pass shoulder in, and more, including some western. Pm for more information.” Owner JoAnn L Gillispie Bartlesville, OK - click here to reveal phone number - “Integument -scar present on the RH lateral aspect of the fetlock. Scar is located in an area that does not interfere with muscloskgeletal structures.” Dr Austin Doby DVM Pine Ridge Equine Hospital 2281 W 171st, Street S Glenpool, OK 74033 - click here to reveal phone number - Call the hospital if you have any questions.
About Bartlesville, OK
Jacob Bartles, son-in-law of Delaware chief Charles Journeycake, moved from Wyandotte County, Kansas, to Indian Territory in 1873. He settled first at Silver Lake, a natural lake south of the present city of Bartlesville. In 1874, he opened a trading post and post office on Turkey Creek, in what is now East Bartlesville. In the following year, he bought a grist mill on the Caney River and modified it to produce flour. Bartles then built a two-story general store and residence, and added a rooming house, a blacksmith shop and a livery stable.