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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Asher, OK
AQHA Incentive Fund flashy Red Roan yearling colt paid up in NRHA Futurity thru Sire & Dam program. . . handled daily very friendly and easy to work with. . . Sire is Ooh Cisco (Carol Rose stallion) . . . Dam is a producer. . . This colt has the looks and bloodlines to be a future star in the show pen or breeding shed.
About Asher, OK
Asher dates back to 1892 when George "Matt" Asher, from Clay County, Kentucky, purchased land in Oklahoma Territory from a Shawnee estate salesperson to set up his farm home. The post office was established November 26, 1901 when the postmaster of nearby Avoca, Oklahoma, George A. McCurry, moved the Avoca post office and his store to the new community that would become Asher. This was done without permission from the government and left Avoca without a post office. According to the tale, McCurry was given a home and store building as payment for moving the post office to the new settlement.