Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Rainbow City, AL

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Morris, Alabama
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Morris, AL
AL
$500
Tennessee Walking Gelding
I have several horses for adoption to approved homes! I have a non profit ..
Wellington, Alabama
Black
Tennessee Walking
Gelding
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Wellington, AL
AL
Contact
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 Mare
Any little girl that has read the book "Black Beauty" should fall in love ..
Langston, Alabama
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Langston, AL
AL
$300
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 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
Seventeen year old twh gelding. Has been used to give riding lessons most o..
Cave Spring, Georgia
Roan
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Cave Spring, GA
GA
$2,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Spade is an amazing child's horse. He was used to give riding lessons for m..
Cave Spring, Georgia
Roan
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Cave Spring, GA
GA
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Pistol can be registered SSH / TWH / RH. Great Pusher C. G. bloodlines. He ..
Geraldine, Alabama
Black Overo
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Geraldine, AL
AL
$3,000
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About Rainbow City,AL

This city was named after U.S. Highway 411, called Rainbow Drive, which runs through the middle of the city. Some of the older citizens say it was named after the US 42nd Infantry Division, known as the "Rainbow Division". As early as 1818, families from the Carolinas and Georgia began to migrate to the area and homestead land near the Coosa River. Hernando de Soto's troops were the first visitors to the area in 1540, and today a bridge stands where the Pensacola Trading Path crossed the Coosa River.