Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Covington, IN

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Cocoa's Chaos
Up for sale is a ten-year-old registered Tennessee Walking Horse gelding. ..
Bloomingdale, Indiana
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Gelding
10
Bloomingdale, IN
IN
$5,575
Tennessee Walking Mare
COLORS OF COPPER is a beautiful TWH mare with a disposition to match. She ..
Camargo, Illinois
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Camargo, IL
IL
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Tennessee Walking Mare
CK's Sophisticated Colors "Sophie" beautiful registered TWH mare that is a..
Camargo, Illinois
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Camargo, IL
IL
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Tennessee Walking Stallion
Forced to sell due to divorce. ~ Unfortunately I cannot keep this horse. H..
Lafayette, Indiana
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Lafayette, IN
IN
$2,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Pete is a great horse. Gaited and a great ride!!!!!! pete has a lot of spi..
Crawfordsville, Indiana
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Crawfordsville, IN
IN
$800
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Copy is a very good trail horse. 16 years experience. Can outdo my younger ..
Bainbridge, Indiana
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Bainbridge, IN
IN
$1,800
Tennessee Walking Mare
Lady has 4 WGC in her pedigree. Has been on lots of trails $ overnights. Sh..
Bainbridge, Indiana
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Bainbridge, IN
IN
$3,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
RedLady is a beautiful Liver Chestnut mare that is a strong 15. 5 hands. S..
Greencastle, Indiana
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Greencastle, IN
IN
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Nice little sorrel will mature to over 15 hh. Imprinted at birth. Gentle ea..
Boswell, Indiana
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Boswell, IN
IN
$3,000
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About Covington,IN

Fountain County was formed on April 1, 1826. Later that year, the county seat was established at Covington, and a two-story frame courthouse was built in 1827. The location of the county seat was a point of contention for some years, as Covington was not centrally located in the county. In 1831 an act was passed that called for the relocation of the county seat, but after further discussion it was decided that it should remain where it was. Eventually the coming of the railroads helped to alleviate the geographical concern.