Huge and big Hearted Gelding!
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Tulsa, OK
Junior placed 2 nd in Yearling Geldings at the Go For The Gold futurity over Labor Day. He is going to be a huge gelding with a heart to match. Can go on as a halter gelding and take any youth or amateur to the top, or ride him and do anything you want with him. The possibilities are endless. His full sister won the GFTG futurity as a weanling and he has a half - sister (same dam) that is a PHBA World and Reserve World Champion. Junior's sire is an AQHA Amateur World Champion also. He can also go back to the GFTG futurity next year and make you more money! If you are looking for a big, soft - hearted, attention getting gelding to ride, rope, or show, you have found him. I have 5 mares foaling this spring and need the barn space, so he must go ASAP!
About Tulsa, OK
The area where Tulsa now exists was considered Indian Territory when it was first formally settled by the Lochapoka and Creek tribes in 1836. They established a small settlement under the Creek Council Oak Tree at the present day intersection of Cheyenne Avenue and 18th Street. This area and this tree reminded Chief Tukabahchi and his small group of the Trail of Tears survivors of the bend in the river and their previous Creek Council Oak Tree back in the Talisi, Alabama area. They named their new settlement Tallasi, meaning "old town" in the Creek language, which later became "Tulsa". The area around Tulsa was also settled by members of the other so-called " Five Civilized Tribes" who had been relocated to Oklahoma from the Southern United States.