Rocky Mountain Horses for Sale near Morristown, TN

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Rocky Mountain Mare
Ebony is a beautiful black double registered Rocky Mountain filly. She is ..
Limestone, Tennessee
Black
Rocky Mountain
Mare
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Limestone, TN
TN
$3,000
Rocky Mountain Mare
Diamond is just as laid back and calm as you would want. Loves to be pett..
Limestone, Tennessee
Black
Rocky Mountain
Mare
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Limestone, TN
TN
$2,500
Rocky Mountain Stallion
Cruise is an exceptional palomino stallion. He's 1 / 2 brother to UM 2- 3..
Limestone, Tennessee
Palomino
Rocky Mountain
Stallion
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Limestone, TN
TN
$6,500
Rocky Mountain Stallion
Tennessee Freedom is a registered RMHA chocolate gelding. He is a 1 / 2 b..
Limestone, Tennessee
Chocolate
Rocky Mountain
Stallion
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Limestone, TN
TN
$1,800
Rocky Mountain Mare
Tucker is an extremely friendly filly. She is the first one to meet you i..
Limestone, Tennessee
Bay
Rocky Mountain
Mare
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Limestone, TN
TN
$1,200
Rocky Mountain Mare
Sierra is a beautiful bay weanling filly. She has her own personality, fr..
Limestone, Tennessee
Bay
Rocky Mountain
Mare
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Limestone, TN
TN
$1,500
Rocky Mountain Mare
Jasmine is a beautiful black yearling filly. Sweet, loves to be groomed & ..
Limestone, Tennessee
Black
Rocky Mountain
Mare
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Limestone, TN
TN
$2,500
Rocky Mountain Stallion
Excellent registered Rocky Mtn. Black - bleaches to bay. Halter broke, eas..
Limestone, Tennessee
Black
Rocky Mountain
Stallion
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Limestone, TN
TN
$1,800
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About Morristown,TN

The first European settler of what eventually became Morristown was farmer Gideon Morris. It is recorded in Goodspeed's History of Tennessee that Gideon, along with an unspecified number of his siblings, arrived in the area of present-day Morristown from the Watauga Settlement, a short-lived semi-autonomous settlement located in northeast Tennessee that was originally leased from the resident Cherokee tribes during the 1770s. Records in North Carolina indicate that a Morris family moved to the Watauga Settlement from North Carolina. According to Cora Davis Brooks, author of History of Morristown 1787-1936: "Gideon Morris was listed as one of the signers of the petition to annex Watauga to North Carolina in 1775, and in the Fall of the same year he served in Colonel Christian's expedition against the Indians. (N.