Missouri Fox Trotters for Sale near Glenpool, OK

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Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
Satins High Society aka "Dancer" is blue papered and was imprinted at birth..
Fort Gibson, Oklahoma
Gray
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Fort Gibson, OK
OK
$2,500
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
Travelers Blazon' Sensation aka "Blaze" Has 30 days professional training a..
Fort Gibson, Oklahoma
Sorrel
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Fort Gibson, OK
OK
$3,500
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
He is a beautiful Horse, Easy to handle & will breed by hand or pasture. A ..
Prague, Oklahoma
Sorrel
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Prague, OK
OK
$3,500
Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
Satin's High Society "Dancer" was imprinted at birth. She learns quick and ..
Fort Gibson, Oklahoma
Gray
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Fort Gibson, OK
OK
$1,000
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
"Blaze" has been started under saddle, and has one trail ride on him. He lo..
Fort Gibson, Oklahoma
Sorrel
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Fort Gibson, OK
OK
$1,800
Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
"Midnight" will be a top addition to any show or breeding program. Black Cl..
Fort Gibson, Oklahoma
Black
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Fort Gibson, OK
OK
$2,500
Missouri Fox Trotter Stallion
PAL is a people horse that requires a lot of attention. He needs someone th..
Checotah, Oklahoma
Sorrel
Missouri Fox Trotter
Stallion
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Checotah, OK
OK
$1,500
Missouri Fox Trotter Mare
This is an 11 year old white missouri fox trotter. She is actually register..
Mannford, Oklahoma
White
Missouri Fox Trotter
Mare
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Mannford, OK
OK
$900
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About Glenpool,OK

On November 22, 1905, wildcatters, Robert Galbreath and Frank Chesley (along with, by some accounts, Charles Colcord), drilling for oil on farmland owned by Creek Indian Ida E. Glenn, created the first oil gusher in what would soon be known as the " Glenn Pool". The discovery set off a boom of growth for the area, bringing in hordes of people: lease buyers, producers, millionaires, laborers, tool suppliers, drunks, swindlers, and newspeople. Daily production soon exceeded 120,000 barrels (19,000 m 3). The nearby city of Tulsa benefited from the production, and Glenpool calls itself the town that made Tulsa famous.