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, a 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
Really nice acreage to build your dream facility

Purcell, McClain County, Oklahoma

I 35 to Highway 74 go west to Horse Avenue, turn left on 170th to Blanton view turn right the property is located on the right hand side. This property is truly unique in that it offers seclusion and tranquility all on 65 acres. Property is located on Blanton Drive look for our sign!. Currently running cattle on, but this would be a great place to build a home and begin your own operation or just a little room to relax. This property has been appraised. The address shows the home that belonged to the original owner! Please proceed to Blanton and enter through that gate! Please do not bother the residents.

tracy Howard , Classic Realty of Oklahoma

65.00 ACRES
Single story home on 15+ acres, 2 barns. Country living close to town

Collinsville, Tulsa County, Oklahoma

Single Story home on 15.71 acres. 2 large barns, outdoor kitchen, KOI pond, his and hers closets (his doubles as safe room with built in gun safe.) New windows and exterior doors, new roof in '17, 24x32 craft/hobby room, '19 Master bath reno w/heated shower and floors and hydrotherapy tub.

Amber Post , Keller Williams Premier

15.71 ACRES
3880 SQ FT
20 Acre Ranch 2800 sq. ft. home Fully remodeled.

Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma

There are 20 acres with a 2800 sq. foot home. Approximately 4 year old roof. Well motor was replaced in 2009. Large patio/basketball court on the rear of the home. 5 stall barn in East pasture. (needs repairs) 20 to 30 mature pecan trees in West grove. 10 minutes to downtown Norman, Moore or I 35. Large fenced in garden area. RV hook up and pad. In the process of finishing ext. repairs and landscaping. Realtors welcome. Will pay commission. SEE ON ZILLOW ALSO

fred stuart

20.00 ACRES
2800 SQ FT
Beautiful horse property with 43 rolling acres and gorgeous home.

Mannsville, Johnston County, Oklahoma

This amazing home sits on 43+ acres which are located just 20-30 minutes from Lake Murray and Lake Texoma! For the horse enthusiast, you are approximately 30 minutes from well known Hardy Murphy Coliseum!! This property is secluded and surrounded by 4 ponds. The home includes beautiful custom cabinets, slate flooring, and nice large rooms. There is also a study with beautiful built-ins and a bonus room above the 3-car garage. The master bedroom is heavenly with large his and her walk-in closets! Just outside the master bedroom is a large hot tub and outdoor kitchen area! This property also includes a 30 x 40 barn with 2 stalls, a tack room and a loafing shed in the pasture. The roping arena includes a chute, return alley, stripping chute and a 2 ac catch pen. This property has many uses. Perfect for the family that has children that want to be involved in 4-H or FFA to show any type of livestock! Don't forget to enjoy the peaceful setting in the beautiful in-ground swimming pool overlooking the property! Must see all this property has to offer! ADDENDUM Mannsville schools until 6th Grade, past 6th grade, Dickson Schools. House was originally built in 1996, but owners completely re-did the entire house from the inside-out and added on an additional 1500+ sqft in 2014.

Marianne Lee , RE/Max Master Associates

43.00 ACRES
3400 SQ FT
Ride more - worry less at this beautiful location. If you are a horse lover, LOOK!

Allen, Hughes County, Oklahoma

One owner, gorgeous horse barn & super cute 600 sq ft, 1 bedroom house w/a nice covered porch. Home is "not" attached to the barn. Mostly clear land w/just enough woods to hunt (see pics for big bucks). 80 ac w/a 40' X 70' red steel, spray foam insulated horse barn w/12' lean' to. 7 - 10' X 10' stalls, 5 - 12 X 12 stalls, 2 - 12 X 18 stalls w/cameras. East side has 16'&20' spray foam insulated run. Water heater, wash stall, tack room and ceiling fans. 1-10', 2-12' & 1-6', Insulated Doors. 3 loafing sheds: 1-12' X 40', 2- 12' X 46' w/6' feed storage rooms, 160' X 260' riding arena, 7,651' of beautifully pipe metal fence & cross fenced pastures. 3 ponds that have never gone dry. Nice electric entry gate. 2 water wells. Beautiful home sites to consider. Oklahoma has a horse population of over 326,000, making it the 4th most horse populated state in the country, trailing only behind the massively populated states of Texas, California, and Florida. Oklahoma is also ranked 6th in the country’s human-to-horse ratio. OK sponsors many horse related events, IFYR, Redbud Spectacular Horse Show, national Reining Horse Assoc and many more.

Pamela Robinson , Pam Robinson Real Estate

80.00 ACRES
600 SQ FT
Newer Home on 5.45 Acres Horse Ready

Sand Springs, Creek County, Oklahoma

Immaculate 5.45 acre m/l horse ready ranch with 26x40 shop, 2 loafing sheds, fenced and crossed fenced. Lovely home built in 2003. Ready to move in. Malarky shingle roof 2017. Open concept with formal dining area. Greatroom, kitchen and breakfast nook overlook backyard and pastures. Covered patio affords comfortable outdoor space. One bedroom can accommodate office. Upstairs is large gameroom or flex room.

June Hart , Coldwell Banker Select

5.45 ACRES
3136 SQ FT
Nice 120 Ac. + / - Farm! Beautiful Home, Pool, Detached Office / Garage. Huge Shop!

Big Cabin, Craig County, Oklahoma

This lovely 120 +/- Acres is a mixture of pasture and trees. Approximately 84 acres of bermuda with four ponds and approximately 36 acres of woods.

Judy Clemmens , Coldwell Banker Select

120.00 ACRES
3177 SQ FT
Outdoor Lovers Dream

Cushing, Lincoln County, Oklahoma

43 acres of country bliss! This property boasts a 4 bedroom 2.5 bathroom home, 2 large living areas, 40 x 80 insulated shop with wood burning stove to keep everyone warm on the cool nights and a run in stalls to the barn! There is something to do for the outdoors men and kids alike, the large pond has an attached pontoon boat where the fishermen in the family can relax and catch bass and perch all day long. If riding horses or having a small cattle operation is your dream, look no further, the property is completely fenced with an additional 1 acre that is fenced with a loafing shed for show animals. The home has all new vinyl wood flooring as well as carpet and fresh coat of paint. Added features to this property are the Geothermal unit, pipe and cable fencing on 2 sides, in ground storm cellar (less than a year old), a split plan, double car garage, circle driveway (for easy turning around of trailers) and a serene view out the front windows.

tracy Howard , Classic Realty of Oklahoma

43.00 ACRES
2322 SQ FT

Pryor, Mayes County, Oklahoma

HORSE SETUP 40 acres+/-featuring 3 horse stable, 7 loafing sheds, paddocks, pond, hay barn, tractor shed w/feed room & low-maint spacious full brick home. Open concept home w/well-lit kitchen & abundance of counter space, 2 eating areas, livingroom w/hardwood floors & windows on both ends of the room, 2nd living area upstairs has an office/bedroom, bathroom + walkout attic space, xl garage w/storm shelter. Large front porch faces east for the great sunrises & back patio for sunsets. Elect/water near barns

Susan Olivarez , Keller Williams Realty Advantage

40.00 ACRES
2374 SQ FT
Grand Lake Oklahoma Area Ranch with 199 Acres

Vinita, Mayes County, Oklahoma

Ranchers Dream. 199 acres of gently rolling Bermuda grass with 2 ponds and 40 acres is hay meadow. Loafing shed and 2 barns near home and another barn up the short hillside. Property is fenced and cross fenced and includes a old milk barn. Home can accommodate more than one family with living rooms and kitchens both up and down. Large kitchen and den with fireplace. Storage everywhere and includes a laundry shoot from upstairs, inside storm shelter and a central vac. 2 miles to Grand Lake. Room to add additional home sites for Ranchettes. Two wet wells with rural water available. Contact me at 918-629-4443

Debi Holcomb , Butler Real Estate

199.00 ACRES
3864 SQ FT

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