Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Newark, DE

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Tiki - Mare in Buena, NJ
Tiki
10 year old Tennessee walking horse mare likes to move out and a really smo..
Buena, New Jersey
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
11
Buena, NJ
NJ
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Tennessee Walking Mare
Pearl is a beautiful TWH who is grey with a roan undercoat. I have to sell..
Perry Hall, Maryland
Gray
Tennessee Walking
Mare
12
Perry Hall, MD
MD
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Tennessee Walking Stallion
Very nice trail mount, smooth gaits, previously was a childs trail mount i..
Stewartstown, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Stewartstown, PA
PA
$2,800
Tennessee Walking Stallion
For lease only. Sparkles is a flashy guy who wants to please. He has been ..
Kingsville, Maryland
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Kingsville, MD
MD
$350
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Handsome, calm, smooth, puppy dog personality, trail blazer. He is a grea..
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Lancaster, PA
PA
$6,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
"Pusher's Hobo" is a small horse, bay, all around great horse, beginner saf..
Columbia, Pennsylvania
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Columbia, PA
PA
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Molly: 12 / 17 / 99 TWH / MFT filly who is already very tall (approximately..
Spring City, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Spring City, PA
PA
$3,100
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Julius: 7 / 13 / 99 TWH Gelding 15. 2 Hands (and still growing) . Julius is..
Spring City, Pennsylvania
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Spring City, PA
PA
$5,100
Tennessee Walking Mare
Pushbutton: 4 / 24 / 93 Registered TWH mare 15 Hands. Pushbutton is a very ..
Spring City, Pennsylvania
Bay Roan
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Spring City, PA
PA
$4,500
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About Newark,DE

Newark was founded by Scots-Irish and Welsh settlers in 1694. The town was officially established when it received a charter from George II of Great Britain in 1758. Schools have played a significant role in the history of Newark. A grammar school, founded by Francis Alison in 1743, moved from New London, Pennsylvania to Newark in 1765, becoming the Newark Academy. Among the first graduates of the school were three signers of the Declaration of Independence: George Read, Thomas McKean, and James Smith.