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Quarter Horse Gelding for Sale in Mccurtain, OK
I rescued him actually, him and 2 other were left on my grandpas ranch and long story but it was about to be taken away and the horses would’ve went to slaughter so I took them. He’s actually living in McCurtain, OK in my aunt and uncles pasture and I currently live in MS, I don’t have much room for him here so I figured it would be best for him to stay there. He does need to be worked with, he’s a pain to trailer but once he’s in there he’s perfectly fine and he’ll unload by himself, no problem what so ever. He’s skiddish but you can just tell he has such an amazing heart and has amazing potential, he just needs attention, I wish to god I was able to work with him as much as needed but I just love too far away and I want him to go to a good home.
About Mccurtain, OK
In 1889, coal deposits discovered in the area that would become southern Haskell County attracted some European miners and American entrepreneurs. They established a community called Panther, which was renamed in 1902 to honor Choctaw Principal Chief Green McCurtain. Another mining town, Chant, was established nearby, and the two began to grow together. McCurtain and Chant prospered after the Fort Smith and Western Railroad connected McCurtain with Fort Smith, Arkansas in 1901. The railroad was built westward until it reached the Canadian River in 1902.