Appendix Horses for Sale near Edmond, OK

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3d, but consistent. Have won money, finalist halters, tote bag, sweater, a..
Jones, Oklahoma
Gray
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Jones, OK
OK
$2,000
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'Ingrid' is kind and willing to do whatever is asked of her. She has done ..
Edmond, Oklahoma
Bay
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Edmond, OK
OK
$6,000
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I'm moving to Sweden - forced to sell. Toby has awesome disposition! Vets..
Piedmont, Oklahoma
Bay
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Piedmont, OK
OK
$2,800
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Gorgeous 5 y / o Last Detail Appendix QH mare. She has jumping & basic dre..
Guthrie, Oklahoma
Bay
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Guthrie, OK
OK
$10,000
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Scarlet is about 5 years old. She's a very beautiful bay mare. I bought her..
Piedmont, Oklahoma
Bay
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Piedmont, OK
OK
$1,000
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Handled since birth this colt is very friendly and super smart. Bloodlines ..
Cushing, Oklahoma
Bay
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Cushing, OK
OK
$3,500
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has been in race training six months. would make a race, barrel, or jumper..
Wayne|, Oklahoma
Sorrel
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Wayne|, OK
OK
$10,000
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"Ingrid" is a sweet lovely tempermented horse. She is been handled a lot an..
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Bay
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Oklahoma City, OK
OK
$8,500
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Coop, is a very correct colt, His sire is a own son of Obvious Conclusion, ..
Davenport, Oklahoma
Bay
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Davenport, OK
OK
$1,500
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About Edmond,OK

The Santa Fe rail line in Oklahoma Territory established a water and coaling station for steam engines at this location when the Santa Fe Railroad built into Indian Territory in 1887. The site for the station was chosen because it was the highest point on the line in Oklahoma County; train could more easily accelerate going downhill while leaving the station in either direction. The railroad then named the station for Edmond Burdick, the Santa Fe's traveling freight agent. When the town was formed after the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889, early settlers decided to adopt the name. Though most of the remnants of the old railroad infrastructure are gone, the Santa Fe, now BNSF, freight line still runs through the same course.