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Tennessee Walking Mare
Bloodtped and DNA'd Tennessee Walking Horse filly~ Awesome and sweet, gen..
Wheatland, Wyoming
Tennessee Walking
Wheatland, WY

About Torrington,WY

Situated on the historic Mormon Trail and near the Oregon and California trails along the banks of the North Platte River, Torrington was founded in 1900 by W.G. Curtis (1857–1913), and named by him for his home town of Torrington, Connecticut. Originally a watering and coaling station for the CB&Q Railroad, which began passenger service in 1900, the growing city soon became the main source of civilization for nearby farmers and ranchers. In 1905, the first bridge was constructed over the North Platte River, which it had previously been necessary to ford. A post office called Torrington was established in 1889 on W.