Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Lawton, OK

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 - Mare in Wichita Falls, TX
Arabian Mare
FOR SALE: 2011 AHA Afternoon Delight Dont miss out on the gorgeous 2011 AHA..
Wichita Falls, Texas
Bay
Arabian
Mare
11
Wichita Falls, TX
TX
$3,000
 - Mare in Fletcher, OK
Half Arabian Mare
stocky built, flashy, sweet, needs reining work, quiet natured, Bask lines..
Fletcher, Oklahoma
Pinto
Half Arabian
Mare
18
Fletcher, OK
OK
$400
 - Stallion in Elgin, OK
Draft Stallion
1 / 2 mustang, registered, no buck or rear but doesn't know much, blaze fa..
Elgin, Oklahoma
Bay
Draft
Stallion
16
Elgin, OK
OK
$1,800
 - 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
14
Elgin, OK
OK
$400
Pinto Stallion
needs reining work, etc, doesn't know much, 1 / 2 apha paint, 1 / 2 mustan..
Cyril, Oklahoma
Bay Roan
Pinto
Stallion
-
Cyril, OK
OK
$300
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
Draft Stallion
calm, arringtons maxmillan, toms ls bell big chief, dale view bonnie, reo ..
Lawton, Oklahoma
Bay
Draft
Stallion
-
Lawton, OK
OK
$1,700
Appaloosa Mare
Beautiful snow capped / few spot appy filly. Have decided not to go into b..
Anadarko, Oklahoma
Gray
Appaloosa
Mare
-
Anadarko, OK
OK
$3,000
Paint Mare
Beautiful registered palomino paint mare. I bought her in August 2002 to ..
Anadarko, Oklahoma
Palomino
Paint
Mare
-
Anadarko, OK
OK
$2,500
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About Lawton,OK

The land that is present-day Oklahoma was first settled by prehistoric American Indians including the Clovis 11500 BCE, Folsom 10600 BCE and Plainview 10000 BCE cultures. Historic indigenous peoples who inhabited the region included the Wichita and Caddo peoples. In the 16th century, Spanish explorer Francisco Vásquez de Coronado visited in 1541, beginning European contact. Around the 1700s, two tribes from the north, the Comanches and Kiowas, migrated to the Oklahoma and Texas region. For most of the 18th century, the Oklahoma region was under nominal French control as Louisiana.