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Miniature Stallion for Sale in Oklahoma City, OK
I have just edited the price on this stallion. He will remain for sale at this price. I am FIRM on this price. . . if I can't get it for him, he can stay here. This gorgeous boy is a 5 yr old (coming 6) AMHA / AMHR He is 27 inches tall, DNA'D, parentage qualified, and LAB TESTED HOMOZYGOUS LP / LP. He carries no grey, and no silver. Heterozygous Agouti. That means he'll make appaloosa regardless of the mare. He also makes TINY, beautiful, leggy, refined foals with nice heads, necks and toplines. I could not be more proud of this little guy. He is AWESOME. I have my eye on an exact replica of him in black and white, and that is the ONLY reason I'm considering selling him. He is out of Sunnyside Firecracker, and ON his registration papers there are multiple great horses including
... more»Sunnyside Moonshine, Sunnyside Dots Incredible, Mountain Highs Tiger Too, and Stouts Georgianna. His pedigree boasts Shadow Oaks Paul Bunyan, Orion Light, and goes all the way back to Legendarys Bullet and Chianti. His foals so far have included few spots, leopards, and a couple born solid with appy characteristics who shed off to be near leopards. His personality is to die for, he's a very sweet and loveable boy. He is great around children and other animals. . . . I do not want to own two stallions, or he would be staying with me. He is ideal for use on small or maiden mares. With my 28 / 29 inch mares, he makes TINY. . . . one of them is 2 yrs old, and still 24 inches with GREAT conformation. On the larger mares, he makes a very nicely put together "close to normal" size foal. He's pleasant to be around, and will ONLY go to a GREAT home who will appreciate and use him to his potential. Diana 817 845 1***0 His foals can be seen on my website.
About Oklahoma City, OK
Oklahoma City was settled on April 22, 1889, when the area known as the " Unassigned Lands" was opened for settlement in an event known as " The Land Run". Some 10,000 homesteaders settled the area that would become the capital of Oklahoma. The town grew quickly; the population doubled between 1890 and 1900. Early leaders of the development of the city included Anton Classen, John Shartel, Henry Overholser and James W. Maney.