Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Chetopa, KS

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Plan A “Cutie” - Mare in Claremore, OK
Plan A “Cutie”
Her registered name is “Plan A”. We call her “Cutie”. She is 16, 1100 lbs.,..
Claremore, Oklahoma
Tobiano
Paint
Mare
18
Claremore, OK
OK
$3,000
Paint Gelding
2 yr old gelding. By Reservation Only x By Appointment Only x Invitation On..
Asbury, Missouri
Tobiano
Paint
Gelding
9
Asbury, MO
MO
$2,000
Paint Mare
World Champion Halter / Loungeline Bay Tobiano Mare. Double registered APH..
Coffeyville, Kansas
Paint
Mare
-
Coffeyville, KS
KS
$10,000
Arabian Mare
Beautiful athletic filly! very dishy head! straight legs! Symetrical blaze..
Coffeyville, Kansas
Gray
Arabian
Mare
-
Coffeyville, KS
KS
$900
Donkey Stallion
Leon possesses all the right attributes, great show confirmation, small he..
Wyandotte, Oklahoma
Black
Donkey
Stallion
-
Wyandotte, OK
OK
$350
Paint Stallion
nice quiet 2 yr old gelding. Paycheck has 120 days riding. He collects, leg..
Riverton, Kansas
Sorrel
Paint
Stallion
-
Riverton, KS
KS
$2,400
Arabian Mare
This wonderful mare is being offered for sale only because we simply dont h..
Oronogo, Missouri
Chestnut
Arabian
Mare
-
Oronogo, MO
MO
Contact
Paint Mare
Must see and ride this little mare to appreciate her. She is BROKE - as bro..
Quapaw, Oklahoma
Paint
Mare
-
Quapaw, OK
OK
$2,500
Paint Mare
Clues In Threes (Clue) is a beautiful Chestnut Tob - Overo mare. Soft, quie..
Quapaw, Oklahoma
Paint
Mare
-
Quapaw, OK
OK
$2,000
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About Chetopa,KS

The community began as an Osage village, named after its Chief Chetopah, whose name in the Osage language signifies "four lodges," was an advocate of peace, the leading chief of the Little Osage tribe, and one of the chief counselors of the Osage Nation. In 1847 a trading post to exchange goods with the Osage Nation was established here by Larkin McGhee. By the time of McGhee's arrival there were three other Euro-American families plus two families with a Euro-American husband and a Cherokee wife at Chetopa. There were also many Osage there. Chetopa was the site of a September 18, 1861 battle between the 6th Kansas Cavalry under the direction of James G.