Trail Horses for Sale near Frederick, OK

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Bo's Golden Boy - Gelding in Wichita Falls, TX
Bo's Golden Boy
***only available on magichorseauction.com *** ***bidding is open now throu..
Wichita Falls, Texas
Palomino
Missouri Fox Trotter
Gelding
6
Wichita Falls, TX
TX
$5,000
Doc Power Bar - Gelding in Wichita Falls, TX
Doc Power Bar
2003 AQHA gray gelding. He is worth his weight in gold. He rides in a hacka..
Wichita Falls, Texas
Gray
Quarter Horse
Gelding
18
Wichita Falls, TX
TX
$3,500
 - Mare in Elgin, OK
Pinto Mare
Blaze is registered PtHA BS and is 1 / 2 APHA PtHA with Three Bars and Cas..
Elgin, Oklahoma
Sorrel
Pinto
Mare
13
Elgin, OK
OK
$400
Arabian Mare
currently open, we have 3 of her babies and two are grey, shattu sharif, b..
Lawton, Oklahoma
Gray
Arabian
Mare
-
Lawton, OK
OK
$300
Pinto Stallion
Midnight Star is 1 / 2 BLM, 1 / 2 APHA / PtHA with Cash and Three Bars lin..
Lawton, Oklahoma
Black
Pinto
Stallion
-
Lawton, OK
OK
$275
Friesian Stallion
Bay Friesian Cross colt, Gentle, likes attention. This colt is out of a qu..
Roosevelt, Oklahoma
Bay
Friesian
Stallion
-
Roosevelt, OK
OK
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
30 days professional training - started quiet. Ready to go any direction...
Blair, Oklahoma
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Blair, OK
OK
$1,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
This is a well built stallion. He has already taken grand champion over all..
Roosevelt, Oklahoma
Blue Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
-
Roosevelt, OK
OK
$400
Friesian Stallion
AT stud Goliath FPS Freiesian stallion 600. OO, FL Dashing Bug APHA Homozyg..
Roosevelt, Oklahoma
Black
Friesian
Stallion
-
Roosevelt, OK
OK
$600
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About Frederick,OK

Originally established in 1901, the Frederick area was among the last of the Oklahoma Territory land to be opened to settlement. What is now Frederick used to be two towns: Gosnell and Hazel. Both towns were established in 1901, when the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache reservation was opened to settlement. [a] In 1902 the towns combined in order to take advantage of the Blackwell, Enid and Southern Railroad. The new town was named Frederick, after the son of a railroad executive.