Jumping Horses for Sale near Jay, OK

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Thoroughbred Stallion
"Chase" is a total sweetheart! He jumps 3'6" with ease, and is completely ..
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Bay
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Fayetteville, AR
AR
$3,000
Thoroughbred Stallion
Jumping 3. 6 quietly, can go higher. Great personality, uncomplicated. Has ..
Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Chestnut
Thoroughbred
Stallion
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Tahlequah, OK
OK
$4,500
American Warmblood Mare
Rainmaker is a a 16 H, black bay TB / Percheron cross, temp. reg. as an Ame..
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Bay
American Warmblood
Mare
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Fayetteville, AR
AR
$18,000
Arabian Stallion
REDUCED PRICE! Carollos Excalibur, ~Shorty~, is a 4- year - old registered ..
Farmington, Arkansas
Gray
Arabian
Stallion
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Farmington, AR
AR
$3,500
Appendix Stallion
Im All Detail, a big flashy gelding is very willing and easy to train. Star..
Lincoln, Arkansas
Sorrel
Appendix
Stallion
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Lincoln, AR
AR
$4,000
Appendix Stallion
Im All Detail is by Last Detail, Highest Leading Hunt Seat Stallion on 2002..
Lincoln, Arkansas
Sorrel
Appendix
Stallion
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Lincoln, AR
AR
$3,600
Paint Mare
Clues In Threes (Clue) is a beautiful Chestnut Tob - Overo mare. Soft, quie..
Quapaw, Oklahoma
Paint
Mare
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Quapaw, OK
OK
$2,000
Appendix Stallion
Looking for the perfect Christmas present? You've found it!!! Im All Detai..
Lincoln, Arkansas
Sorrel
Appendix
Stallion
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Lincoln, AR
AR
$5,000
Paint Stallion
Razz, AKA Chip Me In, is a flashy, registered APHA Palomino Overo. He has p..
Claremore, Oklahoma
Palomino
Paint
Stallion
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Claremore, OK
OK
$4,500
Paint Stallion
"Razz" is a beautiful Palomino Overo. He has placed in the state horse sho..
Claremore, Oklahoma
Palomino
Paint
Stallion
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Claremore, OK
OK
$4,500
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About Jay,OK

Jay was named for Jay Washburn, a nephew of Stand Watie and grandson of an early-day Cherokee missionary. The town is the county seat of Delaware County, having won that distinction from Grove, Oklahoma in a special county seat election on December 8, 1908. The 1910–11 Legislature made Grove a County Court Town, and provided for two court terms each year. On June 27, 1911, the Supreme Court of Oklahoma ruled in favor of Jay, and on January 5, 1912, the County Commissioners ordered the records to be moved to Jay. On May 10, 1913 the courthouse in Jay was burned, destroying most of the county records.