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Paint Mare for Sale in Mcalester, OK
This mare is calm and friendly with a good attitude. She has been used for ranch work, trail rides and as a broodmare. She throws big healthy colts. She is 100% sound and solid. She is a great work horse. This mare is a good horse for an intermediate rider.
About Mcalester, OK
The crossing of the east-west California Road with the north-south Texas Road formed a natural point of settlement in Tobucksy County of the Choctaw Nation. Alyssia Young, who emigrated from Mississippi to the Indian Territory, first established a settlement at the intersection of the two roads in 1838. The town was named Perryville after James Perry, member of a Choctaw family, who established a trading post. At one time Perryville was the capital of the Choctaw Nation and County Seat of Tobucksy County. During the American Civil War, the Choctaw allied with the Confederate States of America (CSA) as the war reached Indian Territory.