Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Battle Creek, MI

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Tennessee Walking Mare
5 yr old, 15. 2 hh, bay roan, TWH mare. Good trail horse anyone that ride..
Camden, Michigan
Bay Roan
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Camden, MI
MI
$1,200
Tennessee Walking Mare
5 yr old 15. 2 hh green broke gaited TWH Mare. Impeccable ground manners a..
Camden, Michigan
Bay Roan
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Camden, MI
MI
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
twh / morgan paint..
Lagrange, Indiana
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Lagrange, IN
IN
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Black Jack is the ideal horse for a mature rider who wants to cover some gr..
Cassopolis, Michigan
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Cassopolis, MI
MI
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Blue Roan 2 year old filly. Broke to ride and ready to finish. Over 150 tra..
Hastings, Michigan
Blue Roan
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Hastings, MI
MI
$5,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Black 3 year old gelding. Broke to ride and ready to finish. Wants to ple..
Hastings, Michigan
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Hastings, MI
MI
$1,800
Tennessee Walking Mare
Beautiful Black 2 year old mare. Broke to ride and ready to finish. Sound a..
Hastings, Michigan
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Hastings, MI
MI
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Reserve Champion Halter Horse now under saddle. Over 200 trail miles plus ..
Hastings, Michigan
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Hastings, MI
MI
$3,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Tarb's Protege is an almost 17 hh registered tennesee walking horse. He has..
Portland, Michigan
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Portland, MI
MI
$2,600
Tennessee Walking Mare
Bell is a well broke registered TWH. She should be ridden almost daily. Goo..
Byron Center, Michigan
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Byron Center, MI
MI
$400
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About Battle Creek,MI

In about 1774, the Potawatomi and the Ottawa Native American tribes formed a joint village near the future Battle Creek, Michigan. Battle Creek was named for a minor encounter on March 14, 1824, between a federal government land survey party led by Colonel John Mullett and two Potawatomi Indians, who had approached the survey camp asking for food. They were hungry because the Army was late in delivering the supplies promised them by the treaty of 1820. After a protracted discussion, the Native Americans allegedly tried to steal food. One of the surveyors grabbed his rifle and shot one of the Potawatomies, seriously wounding him.