A+ Kids Roping Horse-Sold
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Paint Stallion for Sale in Drumright, OK
SOLD to Cushing, OKLa - solid team roping ( heeling) can head with small cattle, tie calf roping, ribbon roping, break away roping, goat ty and flags. 2 times saddle winner. has been hauled anywhere and everywhere indoors and out doors. not used up or burnt out , ridden by 9 year old boy. if you are ready to move up out of 8 and under this is a good horse to use. scores good and quite in box. contact d - bar youth rodeo assoc, allen and willie dickerson, skiatook, ok at 918-396-1***2 price maybe nego to the right buyer.
About Drumright, OK
The town sprang up nearly overnight in 1912, after wildcatter Tom Slick struck oil on the farm of Frank Wheeler, causing a rush of speculators, oilfield workers, and merchants into the area. A post office was established in the community on December 28, 1912. Local landowners James W. Fulkerson and Aaron Drumright platted a townsite, which was initially called Fulkerson, The town was renamed for Aaron Drumright, a farmer and later local businessman whose farm was part of the townsite. Oil workers flooded into town so quickly that they lived in tents or shacks made from box cars, causing the community to be known locally as "Ragtown." Hotels and boarding houses were constructed next, as well as amenities like gambling dens, dance halls, and roadhouses, where the workers could spend their money.