Driving Horses for Sale near Smyrna, TN

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Donkey Mare
Ruby is a beautiful, well formed mammoth jennet with great head and ears, ..
Shelbyville, Tennessee
Red Roan
Donkey
Mare
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Shelbyville, TN
TN
$1,200
Donkey Stallion
"Cougar" is extremly sweet and is no problem with children, other livestoc..
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Brown
Donkey
Stallion
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Murfreesboro, TN
TN
$600
Donkey Stallion
Miniature Donkey - Cobra's Cougar. This small guy is very Special? Really ..
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Brown
Donkey
Stallion
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Murfreesboro, TN
TN
$750
Miniature Stallion
Miniature Donkey - Cobra's Cougar. This very small little guy is Special! ..
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Brown
Miniature
Stallion
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Murfreesboro, TN
TN
$750
Miniature Stallion
Mini for sale with all equipment. We are not interested in selling to a ho..
Christiana, Tennessee
Sorrel
Miniature
Stallion
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Christiana, TN
TN
$1,300
Percheron Mare
Located in Central Tennessee. Solid black Percheron filly. Big, solid, cur..
Woodbury, Tennessee
Black
Percheron
Mare
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Woodbury, TN
TN
$425
Belgian Warmblood Mare
Located in Central Tennessee. Solid black Percheron filly. Big, solid, cur..
Woodbury, Tennessee
Red Roan
Belgian Warmblood
Mare
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Woodbury, TN
TN
$425
Draft Stallion
for stud this Tri colored stallion has prodused 50 percent color and well m..
Shelbyville, Tennessee
Draft
Stallion
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Shelbyville, TN
TN
$350
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Very flashy chestnut horse with flax mane, blaze, off hind stocking, near h..
Lafayette, Tennessee
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Lafayette, TN
TN
$1,500
Percheron Stallion
Good broke team. Will work with all farm machinery;safe for road use...
Shelbyville, Tennessee
Black
Percheron
Stallion
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Shelbyville, TN
TN
$10,000
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About Smyrna,TN

The town of Smyrna has its European-American roots in the early 19th century and began as an agrarian community. It was important during the Civil War because its railroad station lies between Nashville and Chattanooga. One of the major events of the war for the town involved the Confederate States hero Sam Davis, who, after being charged with spying, gave up his life instead of giving any information to the Union Army. He was captured November 20, 1863, and was hanged by Union forces on November 27 of that year. The Sam Davis Plantation, located on 160 acres (0.65 km 2) of well-maintained farmland, is the town's most important historical site.