Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Paducah, KY

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Tennessee Walking Stallion
Warrior is an extremely loving little fella with an eagerness to learn. He..
Marion, Kentucky
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Marion, KY
KY
$3,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
We were told Chance was suitable for a beginner when we bought him. What w..
Olive Branch, Illinois
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Olive Branch, IL
IL
$1,800
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Must sell relocating serious buyers call 270-965-3600 for any questions..
Marion, Kentucky
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Marion, KY
KY
$850
Tennessee Walking Stallion
This stallion is by"Silver Design"| out of direct daughter "The Super Stock..
Paducah, Kentucky
Gray
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Paducah, KY
KY
$300
Tennessee Walking Stallion
this stallion has unique bloodlines, bottom side has wilson's choice, sun's..
Paducah, Kentucky
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Paducah, KY
KY
$300
Tennessee Walking Stallion
this colt has it all, bloodlines, great headshake, can send pictures..
Paducah, Kentucky
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Paducah, KY
KY
$1,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
pushers primal fear is a dirct son of the pusher, out of a direct daughter ..
Paducah, Kentucky
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Paducah, KY
KY
$300
Tennessee Walking Stallion
senator's eldorado 847186, check out the bottom side of his pedigree, eldor..
Paducah, Kentucky
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Paducah, KY
KY
$250
Tennessee Walking Mare
"MOTHER" was a World Champion as a weanling at the Racking Horse Celebratio..
Creal Springs, Illinois
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Creal Springs, IL
IL
$6,500
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About Paducah,KY

Paducah was first settled as "Pekin" around 1821 by European Americans James and William Pore. The town was laid out by explorer William Clark in 1827 and renamed Paducah. Although local lore long connected this to an eponymous Chickasaw chief "Paduke" and his tribe of "Paducahs", authorities on the Chickasaw have since said that there was never any chief or tribe of that name, or anything like it, nor any words like them in the Chickasaw language. Instead, it is thought that Clark named the town for the Comanche people, who were known by the settlers as the Padoucas, from a Spanish rendering of the Kaw Pádoka. or Omaha Pádoⁿka.) Paducah was formally established as a town in 1830 and incorporated as a city by the state legislature in 1838.