Tennessee (Southern Breeze)
Unknown Tennessee Walking Horse Mare
Horse ID: 2165480
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Tennessee Walking Horse- Spotted Saddle Horse
Date Foaled
2020
Gender
Mare
Height
15.3 hh
Weight
1,000 pounds
Color
Unknown
Other Color or Markings
 
Gaited
Yes 
Warmblood
No
Temperament
1=Very Calm...
10=Very Spirited
5
May Trade
For
No
Registered?
Yes
Reg. Assn
TWHBEA/NSSHA/SSHEB
Reg. Number
 
For Lease
No
For Sale
Yes
Asking Price
$4,500 (US) OBO
Horse Skills, Disciplines, Attributes
Details
TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE FOR SALE!!!!! Meet Tennessee. Tennessee is 5 years old. She is triple registered with TWHBEA, SSHEBA, and the NSSHA. She ties, clips, stands for the farrier, and loads in the trailer perfectly. She is gaited, loves the trails, and is willing to please. She is 15.3 hands tall. Although she too is young, she is a been there done that horse! She along with her sister Jelly have been ridding extensively in the mountains of Tennessee, where they were born. She is shoed on all four feet and is ready to meet her forever trail partner! She was broken to ride by the Amish and has been started pulling a buggy. I am asking $5,000 OBO. Please contact me for more pictures, videos, or to arrange a meeting.

For those unfamiliar with the Spotted Saddle Horse/Tennessee Walking Horse here is a little information:

The Tennessee Walking Horse or Tennessee Walker is a breed of gaited horse known for its unique four-beat running-walk and flashy movement. It was originally developed in the southern United States for use on farms and plantations. It is a popular riding horse due to its calm disposition, smooth gaits and sure-footedness. The Tennessee Walking Horse is often seen in the show ring, but is also popular as a pleasure and trail riding horse using both English and Western equipment. Tennessee Walkers are also seen in movies, television shows and other performances.

The Spotted Saddle Horse is a horse breed from the United States that was developed by crossing Spanish-American type gaited pinto ponies with gaited horse breeds, such as the Tennessee Walking Horse. The result was a colorful, smooth-gaited horse, used in the show ring and for pleasure and trail riding. Two registries have been created for the breed, one in 1979 and the other in 1985. The two have similar registration requirements, although one has an open stud book and the other is slightly more strict with regard to parentage requirements, having a semi-closed stud book.

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