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Paint Stallion at Stud in Bartlesville, OK
He is a sorrel and white tobiano. Has a mellow disposition and passes it on to his foals. We have photo's of all offspring out of him as well as photos of the stallion himself.
About Bartlesville, OK
Jacob Bartles, son-in-law of Delaware chief Charles Journeycake, moved from Wyandotte County, Kansas, to Indian Territory in 1873. He settled first at Silver Lake, a natural lake south of the present city of Bartlesville. In 1874, he opened a trading post and post office on Turkey Creek, in what is now East Bartlesville. In the following year, he bought a grist mill on the Caney River and modified it to produce flour. Bartles then built a two-story general store and residence, and added a rooming house, a blacksmith shop and a livery stable.