Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Canton, GA

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Tennessee Walking Stallion
He has a large motor and can gait anll day in the mts and trails. I have h..
Canton, Georgia
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Canton, GA
GA
$2,200
Totally Surpised THF
Very gentle mare. Maybe but not confirmed in foal by full blooded halflinge..
Mineral Bluff, Georgia
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Mineral Bluff, GA
GA
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Tennessee Walking Stallion
Sweetest TWH you'll ever meet. Naturally gaited and smooth. Would be goo..
Lawrenceville, Georgia
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Lawrenceville, GA
GA
$3,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Will is a very sweet 10 year old 1 / 2 Tennessee Walking Horse. He is won..
Lula, Georgia
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Lula, GA
GA
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Excellent family & trail horse. Exceptional ground manners. Grooms, leads,..
Suwanee, Georgia
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Suwanee, GA
GA
$2,200
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 Mare
She will mature 16+ hands, will make a great pleaure horse for either show ..
Cumming, Georgia
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Cumming, GA
GA
$2,500
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About Canton,GA

Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the site where Canton would be founded lay in the heart of the Cherokee Nation. During the first 100 years of Georgia's history, Northwest Georgia was generally considered "Indian Country" and was bypassed by settlers going West. Georgia had made a treaty with the federal government in 1802 shortly after the Revolutionary War to relinquish its Western Territory (it claimed the Pacific Ocean as its western boundary) in exchange for the removal of all Indians within its boundaries. Although other tribes had been removed, the Cherokee remained. Since this was the heartland of the Cherokee Nation, the state and nation were reluctant to disturb them.