Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Plymouth, MI

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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 Mare
Sweet Pea is a 2 YR old reg. TWH mare who needs more miles and ready to be ..
Whittaker, Michigan
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Whittaker, MI
MI
$2,500
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
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About Plymouth,MI

Plymouth was first settled in 1825, incorporated as a village in 1867, and became a city in 1932. The first settlers to come to what is now known as Plymouth, Michigan, were Keziah (Benjamin) and William Starkweather. Farmers from Preston, Connecticut, they purchased 240 acres (0.97 km 2) of land from the United States government on March 11, 1825, for $1.25 per acre. The Starkweather clan had lived in Preston at least as early as 1694, according to records of a land gift in which Captain John Masons gave land to Robert Starkweather, William's grandfather. William, ninth born of 11 siblings, and his wife Keziah brought their firstborn son Albert to the area and built the first home in Plymouth, at what is now the southwest corner of Main Street and Ann Arbor Trail.