Half Arabian Horses for Sale near Edmond, OK

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Half Arabian Mare
Treasure , is a cute blue - eyed filly that has the best of both worlds! H..
Glencoe, Oklahoma
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Glencoe, OK
OK
$500
Half Arabian Mare
Registered Half Arabian Buckskin Filly 13. 1 h Yearling. This one is my fa..
Glencoe, Oklahoma
Buckskin
Half Arabian
Mare
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Glencoe, OK
OK
$1,000
Half Arabian Stallion
Registered Handsome Buckskin Half Arabian gelding This beautiful boy is in..
Glencoe, Oklahoma
Buckskin
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Glencoe, OK
OK
$1,200
Half Arabian Mare
MiJo KK Queen of Harts (AHA pending) (Khemo Kody (Khemonada) X MiJo Moonfy..
Meeker, Oklahoma
Buckskin
Half Arabian
Mare
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Meeker, OK
OK
$4,500
Half Arabian Stallion
Claddagh (Tucker) is a big - bodied five year old, bright chestnut, Anglo -..
Stillwater, Oklahoma
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Stillwater, OK
OK
$20,000
Half Arabian Stallion
MiJo KK Winddancer (AHA pending) (Khemo Kody (Khemonada) X MiJo Moonfyre Da..
Meeker, Oklahoma
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Meeker, OK
OK
$600
Half Arabian Mare
Well broke but best suited for intermediate / advanced rider. Have owned th..
Yukon, Oklahoma
Bay
Half Arabian
Mare
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Yukon, OK
OK
$3,500
Half Arabian Mare
Outstanding young lady! Gorgeous copper roan chestnut with flaxen mane and..
Luther, Oklahoma
Chestnut
Half Arabian
Mare
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Luther, OK
OK
$2,500
Half Arabian Stallion
Raindanze is a registered half / Arab and is just a great little guy! Not o..
Luther, Oklahoma
Gray
Half Arabian
Stallion
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Luther, OK
OK
$2,200
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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.