Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Decatur, AL

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Tennessee Walking Mare
Experienced on trail, this flashy spotted mare loads, bathes, and hauls ea..
Rogersville, Alabama
Tobiano
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Rogersville, AL
AL
$1,400
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Black and white Tennessee Walker. He is only a year old...
Cullman, Alabama
Black Overo
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Cullman, AL
AL
$800
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Buck is a beautiful 3 yr old gelding with a thick black mane and tail. He ..
Baileyton, Alabama
Buckskin
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Baileyton, AL
AL
$5,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Bum's Gambler has been trail ridden extensively. Smooth gait, neck reins, ..
Huntsville, Alabama
Black Overo
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Huntsville, AL
AL
$4,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Very pretty Palomino TWH. Rides well. Nice, smooth gait. This horse is re..
Cullman, Alabama
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Cullman, AL
AL
$3,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
My Sunset Bluz has been broken to ride for the inexperienced rider. Traile..
Huntsville, Alabama
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Huntsville, AL
AL
$2,750
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Beginner horse or great confidence builder. Has many miles of trail experi..
Florence, Alabama
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Florence, AL
AL
$3,250
Tennessee Walking Mare
We are registering Punk for the TWH. She is eligible for Spotted Saddle Ho..
Leoma, Tennessee
Champagne
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Leoma, TN
TN
$3,800
Tennessee Walking Mare
By His Design (Candi) has rare markings for a TWH. She's a lit - up black r..
Leoma, Tennessee
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Leoma, TN
TN
$4,600
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Invasion's Final Mark is a reg. TW stallion born Memorial Day this yr. Soli..
Taft, Tennessee
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Taft, TN
TN
$800
Tennessee Walking Mare
Sassy is a 19 yr. old grade saddle mare. Approx. 14. 3h. Blaze face & hin..
Taft, Tennessee
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Taft, TN
TN
$800
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About Decatur,AL

Initially the area was known as "Rhodes Ferry Landing", named for Dr. Henry W. Rhodes, an early landowner who operated a ferry that crossed the Tennessee River in the 1810s at the present-day location of Rhodes Ferry Park. The city was incorporated as Decatur in 1821. It was named in honor of Stephen Decatur; after he was killed in a duel in 1820, President Monroe directed that the Alabama town be named for him.