Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Antioch, IL

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 - Gelding in Burlington, WI
Tennessee Walking Gelding
Great trail horse, will go thru anything, gaited, good ground manners/very ..
Burlington, Wisconsin
Black Overo
Tennessee Walking
Gelding
16
Burlington, WI
WI
$3,500
 - Mare in Hampshire, IL
Tennessee Walking Mare
9 yr old blue roan and white spotted registered Tennessee Walker mare. Fanc..
Hampshire, Illinois
Blue Roan
Tennessee Walking
Mare
15
Hampshire, IL
IL
$3,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Clem is a beautiful 10 yr. old TWH Gelding. He has a very smooth gait and ..
Sycamore, Illinois
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
-
Sycamore, IL
IL
$4,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
Generator filly with light mane and tail, naturally gaited, very sweet gent..
Union Grove, Wisconsin
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Union Grove, WI
WI
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Beautiful Black / White Tobiano Filly homozygous, very sweet personality, s..
Union Grove, Wisconsin
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Union Grove, WI
WI
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
TWHBEA #985564 Sire: Ebony's Top Threat Dam: Italy's Angel Naturally gai..
Union Grove, Wisconsin
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Union Grove, WI
WI
$3,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Flashy 5 years old Spotted Saddle Horse VERY!!! VERY!!! Flashy Tobiano G..
Roscoe, Illinois
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Roscoe, IL
IL
$4,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Several well broke TW trail and or show horses for sale. Ages 1 to 8 years..
Richmond, Illinois
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Richmond, IL
IL
$3,500
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About Antioch,IL

The Pottawatomi Indian Tribe, semi-nomadic hunters who lived in wigwams, inhabited Antioch when white men began to arrive. They fought with the British in the War of 1812 and then with the American settlers in the Blackhawk War of 1832. It was in 1832 that the American Indians began to leave the area, although arrowheads and other remnants of their history can still be found today if one knows where to look. The winding Highway 173 was once an Indian trail and Highway 83 was the Muquonago Trail. The first permanent white settlement in Antioch was the Gage Brothers' cabin on Sequoit Creek, a tributary of the Fox River.