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Paint Stallion for Sale in Tecumseh, OK
Flash is a very gentle, very willing to please, approx 14'5 gelding. He is quiet & light mouthed, well broke and has been ridden lightly since October of last year. He is well built with a heavy hip and chest, pretty head, and long underline. Loads, clips, trims, ties good (has no vices) . He is guaranteed sound. Flash comes from cutting and reining bloodlines. I can supply generations upon request. But has such a great attitude will do anything you ask He just needs a rider to give him a job. Asking 1, 500. 00 and to a good home only. More pics by request, please email (kc***@mccmail. com) or call for more info. . . . . . Kelli Cone Day 405-254-1***0, Eve 405-997-3***0, Cell 405-830-1***1
About Tecumseh, OK
A 320-acre (129.5 hectare) site was opened for settlement September 23, 1891, as a result of the land run into reservations of the Sac and Fox, Kiowa, Kickapoo, Shawnee and Pottawatomi peoples. The townsite, named Tecumseh by a U.S. Army Major, had been designated as the seat of County "B" in the newly formed Oklahoma Territory by the Department of the Interior on July 17, 1891. [a] A post office was established in the town on September 18, 1891. In 1903 the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway began serving Tecumseh's surrounding agricultural region, in which cotton was the main crop.