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Plan A “Cutie” - Mare in Claremore, OK
Plan A “Cutie”
Her registered name is “Plan A”. We call her “Cutie”. She is 16, 1100 lbs.,..
Claremore, Oklahoma
Tobiano
Paint
Mare
17
Claremore, OK
OK
$3,000
Paint Stallion
Smokey is a jet black adorable grade colt. His dam is a reg'd black / whit..
Inola, Oklahoma
Black
Paint
Stallion
-
Inola, OK
OK
$300
Paint Stallion
Beautiful, unregistered, black and white Saddlebred Stud. We bought this g..
Colcord, Oklahoma
Paint
Stallion
-
Colcord, OK
OK
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Racking Mare
This is a gentle horse, dominate in the pasture, but not mean...
Hulbert, Oklahoma
Bay
Racking
Mare
-
Hulbert, OK
OK
$1,250
Paint Mare
Jasmine is going to do it all. She is built like a tank, fast, and smart. Y..
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Palomino
Paint
Mare
-
Fayetteville, AR
AR
$850
Mule Stallion
He is sold to a very good home Thanks to all who inquired...
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Mule
Stallion
-
Natural Dam, AR
AR
$1,000
Paint Stallion
Jacks easy lineage is a really nice bred colt he should make a nice perform..
Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Chestnut
Paint
Stallion
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Tahlequah, OK
OK
$1,100
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About Tahlequah,OK

By 1842, Tahlequah was a growing community and already had four stores. The townsite of 160 acres was surveyed in 1843, and in the same year an intertribal council attracted ten thousand participants representing 21 different tribes. In 1844 the National Hotel was built, and the newspaper Cherokee Advocate issued its first edition using a printing press installed in the brand-new Supreme Court building. The first school opened in 1845, and the Tahlequah post office opened in 1847. The Cherokee Male Seminary opened in 1851, offering higher education to Cherokee boys who had already received their primary education.