About Oklahoma


The name Oklahoma comes from the Choctaw phrase okla humma, literally meaning red people. Oklahoma is the nation's second-largest producer of natural gas, fifth-largest producer of crude oil, and has the second-greatest number of active drilling rigs, and ranks fifth in crude oil reserves.
A major producer of natural gas, oil and agriculture, Oklahoma relies on an economic base of aviation, energy, telecommunications, and biotechnology.It has one of the fastest growing economies in the nation, ranking among the top states in per capita income growth and gross domestic product growth. Oklahoma City and Tulsa serve as Oklahoma's primary economic anchors, with nearly 60 percent of Oklahomans living in their metropolitan statistical areas.

With small mountain ranges, prairie, and eastern forests, most of Oklahoma lies in the Great Plains and the U.S. Interior Highlands, ┬Ła region especially prone to severe weather. In addition to having a prevalence of German, Irish, English, Scottish and Native American ancestry, more than 25 Native American languages are spoken in Oklahoma, the most of any state. It is located on a confluence of three major American cultural regions and historically served as a route for cattle drives, a destination for southern settlers, and a government-sanctioned territory for Native Americans. Part of the Bible Belt, widespread belief in evangelical Christianity makes it one of the most politically conservative states, though Oklahoma has more voters registered with the Democratic Party than with any other party.

The Oklahoma horse industry produces goods and services valued at $766 million. The national industry has a $1.2 billion impact on the Oklahoma economy when the multiplier effect of spending by industry suppliers and employees is taken into account. Accounting for off-site spending of spectators would result in an even higher figure.
117,900 Oklahomans are involved in the industry as horse owners, service providers, employees, and volunteers. Even more participate as spectators. The Oklahoma horse industry directly provides 12,400 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs. Spending by suppliers and employees (in Oklahoma and other states) generates additional jobs in Oklahoma for a total employment impact of 31,600.

There are 326,000 horses in Oklahoma, over 70 percent of which are involved in showing and recreation.

  Oklahoma in Numbers:
img Horse Population : Approximately 160,000
img Total Economic Impact: over $ -- billion
img Population : 3,547,884
img Land area : 68,667 sq. miles
img Capital : Oklahoma City
img Counties: 77
img Highest Point : Black Mesa:  4,973 feet
img Lowest Point : Little River: 287 feet
img 10 largest Cities :
  • Oklahoma City: 531,324
  • Tulsa: 382,457
  • Norman: 101,719
  • Lawton: 90,234
  • Broken Arrow: 86,228
  • Edmond: 74,881
  • Midwest City: 54,890
  • Moore: 47,697
  • Enid: 46,416
  • Stillwater: 40,906
Oklahoma Stud Ranch - 125 acres 6 homes 4 barns ALL $2,550,000 or PART $1,850,000

Purcell, McClain County, Oklahoma

Located in the heart of horse country, just a mile and a half off I-35 in Purcell, Oklahoma, this historic stud breeding and training facility is for sale. Be a part of the lucrative Oklahoma Bred Quarter Horse Racing Program or where top Stallions like Invitation Only, and Hot and Blazing stood in the performance arena of Horse Showing. The gated ranch consists of: five homes - Main home is 3100sqft with 4bdms, 3baths and a two+car garage. A manager's home is 3600sqft with 5bdms, 4baths, 3car garage. A 2500sqft home across from a lake has 3bdms, 2baths, and 3car garage. Two identical 1800sqft staff homes are 3bdms, 2baths and carport. This 125 acre Premier Historic Oklahoma Stud Ranch is just 35 miles south of Oklahoma City surrounded by the gently rolling Midwestern hills dotted with pecan and walnut trees over lush grassy pastures.

Paul Gonya

125.00 ACRES
3400 SQ FT
Cres - Ran 440 Acre Training / Breeding Facility w/ 3 homes, training track & barns!

Crescent, Logan County, Oklahoma

Now is your chance to own the finest horse training/ breeding facility in the state of Oklahoma. Cres Ran Farms is offering 440 acres that include private 28 acre lake, several small lakes throughout, 3 homes, 5 barns, 5/8 mile track that's in prestige condition, 6 arm electric walking ring, round barn, tons of corrals, runs & pens, 7 water wells that also contribute to self-watering system for horses. Four lush Bermuda pastures that produce around 320 bales per cutting with approx 3 cuttings per year. All pipe fencing and in amazing condition. Main barn is 140x60 w/27 stalls, office, bathroom, storage & tack room. Foaling barn is new & has 2 big stalls, office, kitchen & apartment. Equipment barn and grain silo close to main barn. Hay barn has 6 stalls w/ runs. Many several turn-out pastures and much, much more. This facility is turn-key and within 35 minutes of Remington Park and Oklahoma City! Two miles off Highway 74 (Hefner Parkway) makes this location phenomenal.

Krista Martin , EXIT Realty Premier

440.00 ACRES
5585 SQ FT
PRICE REDUCED! Indoor Arena on 26 acres + / - With Rental Income!!!

Weatherford, Custer County, Oklahoma

Here is your chance to own the ideal horse property. Positioned on 26 acres +/-, Indoor arena, rental income and 30+ stalls. Rental units are all rented and have roofs less than 2 yrs old. New well pump to service the property. Indoor arena features include: 250'x140' building, 200'x120'arena, pipe and quarter rounds fencing, clean level sand, roping chute, boxes & return alley, sprinkler system for water arena, new roof and skylights in 2017, "Big Ass" brand fan for plenty of airflow in the summer, insulated to stay comfortable in the winter, new septic to service the 2 bathrooms, concession stand & crows roost for hosting events. Located 1 hour west of OKC, 4 hours from Ft. Worth, 3 hours from Amarillo. Don't miss your chance to own this unique property. Call today for your private showing.

Thomas Merritt , Magill Real Estate

26.00 ACRES
1960 SQ FT
17.5 acre of Country Living

Henryetta, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma

White vinyl fencing welcomes you to this great rural property just minutes from I-40. 3 bd/2 bath, rock fireplace w/insert and blower. Kitchen has center island, tons of cabinet and countertop space. Covered back patio. Includes all appliances, flooring updated 2 years ago, roof is 3 years old, HVAC is 4 years old. 40' x 60' Insulated shop building w/3 12'x12' insulated overhead doors w/operators. 9' x 13' cold room, tons of storage, half bath. Land has mature trees, sandy soil. Move-in ready!

Tammie Hiatt , Re/Max Double Diamond Properties

17.50 ACRES
1593 SQ FT
20 Acre Equestrian Estate - Porter, OK

Porter, Wagoner County, Oklahoma

This stunning Oklahoma horse property is crowned with a 3,395 sq ft French Country Home. 3 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bathrooms, with fenced backyard for the dogs, covered patio, and in-ground pool. Premium horse fencing surrounds the 20 Acres and cross fences allow for multiple pastures. Equine enthusiasts will appreciate the many amenities provided for their own private use! Easy access to the turnpike and only 25 minutes from Muskogee, 30 minutes from Tulsa, 2 hours from OKC. Listed with Joanna Ford

Greg Ganzkow , Coldwell Banker Select

20.00 ACRES
3395 SQ FT
Redwall Ranch. 10 acres, 2 barns, 2 corals, pond, 2 story remodeled house

Lexington, Cleveland County, Oklahoma

Redwall Ranch is a ten acre parcel with a horse barn and a hay barn, plenty of pasture and a large pond. We have remodeled the house and it has a balcony and full basement.

Richard Simons , owner

10.50 ACRES
1350 SQ FT
Ideally located in the horse show capital of OKC Metro, Turn - key horse facility

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

Turn key multi-use active boarding, training horse property with 50 stalls. This facility offers the conveniences of the OKC Metro in a spectacular country setting of 89.430 acres boarding along the North Canadian River. 3 miles from Remington Park Race track, Oklahoma Zoo, Cowboy Museum in the Adventure District, and 10 minutes from Oklahoma State Fair Park. Easy access for boarding, training, lessons, clinics, lay-overs, or racing track clients. The horse facility is ready for any discipline hosting a 40,000 sq ft metal red iron barn, with 50 matted stalls (12x12, 12x16) that flank the 100 x 186 indoor vinyl arena. There are 3 additional outdoor vinyl arenas (200 x 300), covered hay and shaving storage, 60 ft round pen, dressage court, Indoor and outdoor wash racks, grooming stalls, matted breezeways, public area for clients, 2 bathrooms, 15 private vinyl turn-out paddocks, private custom tack lockers, extensive riding trails, and exercise gallop race track, Thoughtfully placed pipe & cable alley to 7 large pastures with run in shelters. Additional large sandy loam fields of native Bermuda mix grasses producing hay crops for winter feed. Perimeter of Bridlewood Equestrian is fenced & cross fenced w/pipe fencing and security gated at all times. Visitors must call for entry appointment. BridlewoodOK.com Motivated seller if contracted in December 2018 Listed in OKC MLS # 844634 Fees paid to buyer's agent

Elizabeth Lee

89.43 ACRES
1440 SQ FT
Horse Property In Jenks School District!

Jenks, Tulsa County, Oklahoma

For Sale is 4.63 acres m/l in Jenks, Oklahoma zoned AGR for horses. In Jenks Public School District. Not too many of these properties left in Jenks. The property is roughly 774' long by 267' wide so a good size and shape for arenas, covered or open, and additional horse stalls. This would make a great hunter/jumper or reining barn. It gently slopes down from west side of property to a slightly lower elevation on east side. 75% of property has pipe fencing with remaining wire fence. Property has great visability from Highway 75 and close to both Jenks High School and Tulsa Hills Shopping District.

Melinda Acevedo , Chinowth & Cohen REALTORS

4.63 ACRES
2415 SQ FT
15 acre horse ranch in southern Oklahoma

Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma

This is the horse ranch you've been waiting for! Get comfortable in this 4 BR 1.75 BA log home with an open floor plan. There are 2 bedrooms downstairs and 2 spacious bedrooms upstairs. Patio doors from the kitchen/dining area open onto the back porch and the utility room door opens into the back yard. The woodwork is gorgeous throughout the entire home! This has been built as a horse ranch with a lot of detail put into the planning and the layout. There are 2 riding pens, both 120' x 120', one with a chute entrance. There is a ground load chute, holding pens, and cross-fenced pastures. The solid round pen is 50'. The stock pond is deep and is always wet. The fencing is pipe and cable with cedar stays. The hay barn can hold a semi load of hay. The 36' x 70' barn has 6 - 12 x 12 stalls, a kennel area, a storage area with an outside door, a saddle area, a tack area, a wash area that's plumbed for a water heater, and a tool area. The barn has been built with concrete tilt wall and a stem wall. It also has a 16' x 70' overhang on the west side of it. There is an outside wash area centrally located. Sandy loam soil. All gates can be opened and shut by horseback. All feed and water containers will stay with the property. The extra building and fencing materials such as the pipe, tin, extra gates, panels, quarter rounds, wire, and t-posts will stay with the property.

Tom Love , Keller Williams Realty Ardmore

15.00 ACRES
1976 SQ FT
Oklahoma Stud Ranch 5homes 4barns 3arenas breeding $1850000 - 2550000 All or Part

Purcell, McClain County, Oklahoma

Located in the heart of horse country, just a mile and a half west of I-35 in Purcell, Oklahoma, this historic stud farm is for sale. Be a part of the lucrative Oklahoma Bred Quarter Horse Racing Program. The gated ranch consists of: 5 homes - Main home is 3100sqft with 4bdms, 3baths, 2car garage. a manager's home is 3600sqft with 5bdms 4baths 3car garage, a 2500sqft with 3bdms 2baths 3car garage and 2 identical 1800sqft staff homes carport; Main barn is 400ft long by 200ft wide w/52 stalls(12x14) together with 4-stall foaling area, and 4 tack rooms, a living quarters for night attendant and stock/laundry room. Each stall has a window and 10 stalls have 14x16 runs. The office is luxuriously furnished and has a kitchen, conference room, state of the art breeding lab and collection room. The Premier Historic Oklahoma Stud Ranch is just 35 miles south of Oklahoma City. This state of the art breeding and training facility sits on 130 acres surrounded by the gently rolling Midwestern hills. Weather your looking for a private ranch or anxious to share with others, the possibilities abound!

Paul Gonya

115.00 ACRES
3400 SQ FT

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