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Mule Stallion at Stud in Wyandotte, OK
Lost Valley's "LEON" Gaited Mammoth Jack Standing at Stud to mares only. As a 3 year old Leon currently stands 14. 3 (59") . He continually places well in halter, has great confirmation, disposition and a beautiful head. His first crop of foals are due in February 2005, so come take a closer look at the pride of our farm at www. lostvalleyfarm. com
About Wyandotte, OK
The Wyandotte tribe was removed to this area in 1867. The Society of Friends (Quakers) established a mission here in 1869, and the Wyandotte Tribal Council donated land for the Quakers to establish a boarding school for Seneca, Shawnee and Wyandotte children. Construction of the school began in 1871 and classes began in 1872. In the late 1930s, the Federal Government built Pensacola Dam, which created Grand Lake o' the Cherokees. Although the lake took away part of Wyandotte's land, it added business in the form of residential development and tourist industry.