Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Oceanside, CA

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A Metallic Blue - Mare in Hemet, CA
A Metallic Blue
Beautiful 2 year old filly ready to start. Registered blue roan 14.3 hands ..
Hemet, California
Blue Roan
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Hemet, CA
CA
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Tennessee Walking Mare
Very sweet and willing gaited mare. Has done trail and is a quick learner...
Riverside, California
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Riverside, CA
CA
$4,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
This little filly is very smart and affectionate. Shown at the May Spring F..
Corona, California
Red Roan
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Corona, CA
CA
$2,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
This little filly is very smart and affectionate. Shown at the May Spring F..
Corona, California
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Corona, CA
CA
$2,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
If you are looking for horse that has great show potential then look no fur..
Corona, California
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Corona, CA
CA
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Smooth (even barefoot) , natural, gentle, gorgeous, trail and liteshod show..
Coto De Caza, California
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Coto De Caza, CA
CA
$3,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
GORGEOUS bay with bold blaze who was bred the best. Sired by Pride's Dark ..
Kasson, Minnesota
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Kasson, MN
MN
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
"Samson" is big, NATURALLY gaited, VERY COMFORTABLE, beautiful, strong, and..
Coto De Caza, California
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Coto De Caza, CA
CA
$4,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Big, beautiful, totally NATURAL, smooth, 3 gaited, liteshod, experienced on..
Coto De Caza, California
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Coto De Caza, CA
CA
$3,500
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About Oceanside,CA

Originally inhabited by Native Americans, the first European explorers arrived in 1769. Spanish missionaries under Father Junipero Serra founded Mission San Luis Rey de Francia on a former site of a Luiseño Indian village on the banks of the San Luis Rey River. In the early 19th century, the introduction of farming and grazing changed the landscape of what would become Oceanside. The area—like all of California—was under Spanish rule, then in 1821 under Mexican rule, and then the U.S. in 1848.