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Paint Stallion at Stud in Cushing, OK
Capone was bred for cutting and is quite cowy. So much quarter horse on his pedigree, but such a handsome paint! Capone has great conformation. For a young stallion he has a solid disposition, so with your mare, you will have one fine colt. We are able to take him out on trails with my mare. . . who is not bred, thus goes into heat. . . and he behaves wonderfully. . . He knows when he is to be a stud and when to be a disciplined horse. . . Stud fee includes the $50 booking fee. . . Live cover only. This is only his second season to be at stud, his first set of babies will be here soon Capone has been started on barrels and poles and will begin training for roping in the near future so breed now, when he is proven, price will increase. Mare care is $5. 00 / day. ~~~~
About Cushing, OK
The area that became Cushing was part of the Sac and Fox Reservation. With the Land Run of 1891, a former government trader for the tribe, Billy Rae Little, built a house, established his claim, and laid out town lots. The town got a post office on November 10, 1891 and was named for Marshall Cushing, private secretary to U.S. Postmaster General John Wanamaker. In 1902, the Eastern Oklahoma Railway line to Cushing was built.