Miniature Horses for Sale near Durant, OK

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Johnny Cash - Stallion in Denison, TX
Johnny Cash
SOLD! OTHERS AVAILABLE! www.fallingleavesfarm.com Beautiful SOLID BLACK d..
Denison, Texas
Black
Miniature
Stallion
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Denison, TX
TX
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Dusty Evening OK - Mare in Denison, TX
Dusty Evening OK
Double Registered AMHR/ASPC mare. Has had three very nice foals for me, bu..
Denison, Texas
Smokey Black
Miniature
Mare
12
Denison, TX
TX
$750
Miniature Stallion
Mini Cooper is a super sweet mini horse who loves attention. He has been u..
Dodd City, Texas
Bay
Miniature
Stallion
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Dodd City, TX
TX
$500
Miniature Mare
RM Farms Amigo~s Emmie: What a cutie - pie! Beautiful palamino / golden du..
Whitewright, Texas
Dun
Miniature
Mare
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Whitewright, TX
TX
$1,175
Miniature Mare
Gorgeous gold / brown and white paint miniature horse. Born June 4, 2002, ..
Whitewright, Texas
Miniature
Mare
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Whitewright, TX
TX
$1,175
Miniature Stallion
Dakota is a great little stallion. Stands at less than 10 hands. Has wond..
Leonard, Texas
Miniature
Stallion
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Leonard, TX
TX
$400
Miniature Mare
Brewer Family & Rattlesnake Bayou Miniatures are having a complete herd dis..
Gainesville, Texas
Bay
Miniature
Mare
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Gainesville, TX
TX
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Miniature Stallion
Chocolate Benidict is FOR SALE! $500 OBO Not Registered but could be with h..
Bonham, Texas
Black
Miniature
Stallion
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Bonham, TX
TX
$500
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About Durant,OK

The Durant area was once claimed by both Spain and France before officially becoming part of the United States after the Louisiana Purchase and Adams–Onís Treaty. During the 1820s and 1830s the area was designated as part of the Choctaw Nation in the southern Indian Territory. During the Indian removals the Choctaws followed the Choctaw Trail of Tears from their ancestral homeland in Mississippi and Alabama into this area. The Choctaw Nation originally extended from the Mexican border in the west (now part of the Texas panhandle) to the Arkansas Territory in the east, from the Red River in the south to the South Canadian River in the north. In 1855, the Choctaw and Chickasaws formally divided their land into two separate nations, with Durant remaining in Choctaw territory on the east.