3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Pinto Stallion at Stud in Chandler, OK
Short, Sweet and to the point. . . he is small, refined, good natured, calm, gentle, and quite athletic as well as having an excellent, and very classic, typey, polish looking conformation. He is perfect for adding refinement, as well as quality to your foals. He is great for toning down the typical pony temperament. Look up his webpage for more goodies: http: / / hometown. aol. com / cptkilpatrick / ca lens _ horses. html ~4~~~, ~~~
About Chandler, OK
Chandler was named after Judge George Chandler, a member of Congress and Assistant Secretary of the Interior. The site of Chandler was opened by a land run on September 28, 1891. The town had been planned to be opened on September 22, (the date of the Land Run of 1891 ) but the site survey had not been completed. The Chandler Post Office had opened September 21, the day before the planned run. When Oklahoma Territory County A (Lincoln County) was organized, Chandler became the county seat.