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Draft Horse Mix, Gelding, 9 years, 15.2 hh, Buckskin Björn 9 Yr old 15.2hh Buckskin Draft Cross GeldingTrail - Show - Western - Leisure
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Lyles
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American Quarter Horse, Gelding, 9 years, 16 hh, Bay Corona 9 Yr old 16hh Bay AQHA GeldingVersatility Ranch Horse - Trail - Cowhorse - Western
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US-38375
Selmer
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Tennessee walking horse, Gelding, 3 years, 15 hh, Bay FLASHY BAY REG TWHBEATrail - Western Pleasure - Gaited
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Lewisburg, TN
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American Quarter Horse, Mare, 16 years, 14.2 hh, Black CARDI B 15 Yr old 14.2hh Black AQHA MareVersatility Ranch Horse - Trail - Cowhorse - Western
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Cookeville, TN
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Shetland Ponies, Gelding, 12 years, 10 hh, Chestnut Trigger 10 yr. old 40" Shetland Pony Chestnut GeldingTrail - Leisure
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Lyles, TN
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Tennessee walking horse, Gelding, 4 years, 15 hh, Tobiano-all-colors DRIVING/ TRAIL READY TWH GELDINGGaited - Driving
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US-37339
Gruetli Laager, TN
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Spotted Saddle Horse, Gelding, 8 years, 15 hh, Tobiano-all-colors REGISTERED SPOTTED SADDLE GELDINGGaited - Trail
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US-37091
Lewisburg,TN
$5,000
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American Quarter Horse, Mare, 10 years, 15 hh, Gray Queen Elsa 10 Yr old 15hh Grey AQHA MareVersatility Ranch Horse - Trail - Show - Western
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More ponies/small horses, Gelding, 7 years, 9.1 hh, Buckskin Buckshot 6 Yr old 38 Inches Buckskin Pony GeldingTrail - Cowhorse - Western - Leisure
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Horses for sale in Tennessee - find your dream horse

Looking for an equine that stands out from the crowd? Each of Tennessee’s top five most-bought equine breeds certainly does that. They are the famed Tennessee Walking Horse, the American Quarter Horses, donkey, mule, and Spotted Saddle Horse. They can all be found in the horses for sale in Tennessee on the ehorses website. This is a state that truly appreciates gaited breeds. They are among the most searched-for breeds on the ehorses website. If your dream horse is a gaited mule, there’s a good chance you’ll discover it among the horses for sale in Tennessee. Simply set the country and radius filters on the ehorses menu to find out. Then check other criteria, such as the age, height, gender, and color of your ideal horse – or mule!

Horses for sale in Tennessee - find the perfect owner for your horse

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Horses in Tennessee

The economic impact of the Tennessee horse industry

In overall horse numbers, Tennessee rates sixth in the U.S.A., with 142,003 horses and ponies. Reflecting its long tradition of mule breeding, Tennessee ranks sixth for mules, burros, and donkeys in the U.S.A. There are 18,350, mostly kept on farms in the state. The number of mule, burro, and donkey farms places Tennessee second in the U.S.A. in the category of farms dedicated to these equids. The equine industry sustains over 14,500 jobs with a total contribution of about $1.4 billion. Showing provides a significant input to the state economy, with a total impact of around $45.3 million.

History of horses in Tennessee

Think of Tennessee, and Nashville immediately comes to mind. Horses and music go together in Tennessee. Nashville was also once an important center for horse racing. What’s more, Tennessee is as famous for its limestone-rich bluegrass as is Kentucky, and that is believed to contribute greatly to the quality of Tennessee horses. Both states became famous for their gaited saddle horses. Horses raised on Tennessee farms and plantations played a critical role in the American Civil War. After the war, Nashville’s Belle Meade, owned by the Harding family and its descendants, was one of the most famous Thoroughbred horse farms in the country. The Belle Meade farm produced Iroquois, the first American racehorse to win the Epsom Derby in England. U.S. President Andrew Jackson was an aficionado of Thoroughbred horse racing, and many of his horses were raised in Tennessee. Thoroughbred racing ended when racing was banned in this state in 1905. Thirty years later, another was ascending. That was the Tennessee Walking Horse.

Tennessee’s State Horse: the Tennessee Walking Horse

The original Walking Horses were mainly created from breeding Narragansett and Canadian Pacers. They were comfortable long-distance riding horses. The breed standard was only set in 1935 with the establishment of the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' Association. All modern Tennessee Walking horses descend from the stallion, Black Allan. He was of Standardbred Trotter stock, yet a natural pacer. The gaits of the Tennessee Walking Horse look spectacular but are superbly comfortable for the rider. They include the running walk and the regular, or flat, walk. The running walk allows the horse to move at 10 to 20 mph (16 to 32 kph). Showing is popular. Shelbyville hosts the annual Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration, drawing 1,500 horses and over 200,000 spectators. Some of the techniques used to produce the movement known as “The Big Lick” are controversial and are outlawed by some organizations. The TWH became the state horse in 2000.

The Spotted Saddle Horse

Less well-known but just as spectacular, the Spotted Saddle Horse is a breed derived from the Tennessee Walking Horse. These handsome pinto-colored horses also have their own special shows, including a World Championship at Shelbyville organized by the Spotted Saddle Horse Breeders' and Exhibitors' Association.

Tennessee’s Equine Celebrities

It’s not surprising that some of Tennessee’s music stars have adored their state’s horses. The most famous is Elvis Presley, who owned several Tennessee Walking Horses. The Singing Cowboy, Roy Rogers, owned the Tennessee Walking Horse Allen's Gold Zephyr, who featured as Trigger, Jr. One of the state’s most famous horses was Beautiful Jim Key, a remarkable horse owned by the formerly enslaved William Key. They had a legendary rapport, and the amazing horse was trained by Key to tell the time, spell words, and do calculations.

Disciplines in Tennessee

Showing is not the only equestrian activity for which Tennessee is celebrated. Tennessee’s gaited breeds are perfect partners for trail riding, too. Rodeo is popular in this state. Hunter jumping and dressage are well-supported.

Basic information about Tennessee

Tennessee is situated in the Southeastern region of the U.S.A. Its capital is Nashville. The population of Tennessee is 6.89 million.

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