Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Burton, MI

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Tennessee Walking Gelding
tennessee walking horse 14.3 hands 9 years old was said to be a good trail..
Bay City, Michigan
Tobiano
Tennessee Walking
Gelding
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Bay City, MI
MI
$1,200
Tennessee Walking Stallion
My horse is awesome. He is 16 hh, super affectionate and is all about bein..
Northville, Michigan
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Northville, MI
MI
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Tennessee Walking Stallion
Super sweet horse 8 year old, at a great barn for trail riding, big indoor..
Salem, Michigan
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Salem, MI
MI
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Tennessee Walking Mare
Two Tennessee Walkers 4 Sale or Trade. One is trained & can ride bare bac..
Fowlerville, Michigan
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Fowlerville, MI
MI
$900
Tennessee Walking Mare
Easy going mare, has tobiano marking on her. She is beautiful when clean! ..
Plymouth, Michigan
Gray
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Plymouth, MI
MI
$3,200
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Prince is a 6 yr. old Reg. TWH gelding with incredible bloodlines. Directl..
Munger, Michigan
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Munger, MI
MI
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Tennessee Walking Stallion
Some Special Sundance is a real miracle story! He's drop dead gorgeous, lig..
Fowlerville, Michigan
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Fowlerville, MI
MI
$800
Tennessee Walking Stallion
very sweet horse, just don't have enough time. great with children...
Swartz Creek, Michigan
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Swartz Creek, MI
MI
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Now standing: 16. 2h, Gorgeous, Top Bred, Talented, Golden Palomino Champio..
Munger, Michigan
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Munger, MI
MI
$600
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About Burton,MI

Although there were Native Americans and trappers whom lived on land earlier, and even some who attempted to settle by there, many of the original settlers of Burton came from the towns of Adams and Henderson in Jefferson County, New York. For 20 years, this area was known as the Atherton settlement, after brothers Shubael and Perus Atherton and nephew Pliny Atherton Skinner (and later joined by another brother, Adonijah), who settled on the Thread Creek in 1835. Atherton descendants still live in Burton in 2014. The City of Burton was organized as Burton Township, in 1855. Burton Township had first been a part of Flint Township.