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Light Foot is a pretty horse w / good action. He has a National T10 in Libe..
About Seminole, OK The city was platted in 1906 as a relocation setting for the residents of Tidmore, when the railroad line was placed north of the town. When Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory merged to become the U.S. state of Oklahoma in 1907, there were 206 residents. Seminole competed to be the county seat of Seminole County, but lost out to Wewoka. Upon the discovery of a high-producing oil well in the city in 1926, Seminole transformed from a town of 854 to a boom town of 25,000 to 30,000 residents.
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