Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Jefferson, OH

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Prairie - Mare in Chagrin Falls, OH
Prairie
Very intelligent, personable, natural horsemanship trained young mare. Has..
Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Mare
6
Chagrin Falls, OH
OH
$3,500
 - Stallion in Geneva, OH
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Buck is a 3 year old, non registered golden dappled palomino Tennesse Walk..
Geneva, Ohio
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Geneva, OH
OH
$1,200
Tennessee Walking Stallion
A Wicked Jazz Man is by A Jazz Man out of Lighning's Black Gem GF. This go..
Canfield, Ohio
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Canfield, OH
OH
$10,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
Dependable, smooth - gaited, experienced trail mount that has been ridden ..
Canfield, Ohio
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Canfield, OH
OH
$1,900
Tennessee Walking Stallion
This flashy direct son of Silver Design is always in the ribbons in Trail ..
Canfield, Ohio
Gray
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Canfield, OH
OH
$15,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
champion blood lines he has been trail ridden everywhere will not hesitat..
Mercer, Pennsylvania
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Mercer, PA
PA
$2,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
"Solar Flare", TWHBEA #20202312, markings: star, blood - typed. Prides Gen..
Canfield, Ohio
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Canfield, OH
OH
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Half Tennesse Walker / half Arabian stud. Rare amber champagne color. Gent..
Ashtabula, Ohio
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Ashtabula, OH
OH
$5,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
By multiple WGC Silver Design out of Pushpower's Black Beauty (WGC The Push..
Canfield, Ohio
Gray
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Canfield, OH
OH
$10,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
Fancy is a beautiful loving girl. She has no vices. She loves everybody hor..
Eastlake, Ohio
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Eastlake, OH
OH
$2,500
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About Jefferson,OH

Jefferson was officially founded by Gideon Granger—U.S. Postmaster General during Thomas Jefferson's administration—in 1803. He envisioned the new settlement as a " Philadelphia of the West," and early plans for the village were based upon the layout of that city. A cabin was erected by Granger's agent in 1804, but the settlement's first permanent residents arrived only in 1805: the Samuel Wilson family. Wilson, misled by land agents, moved to Ohio in late autumn expecting to find a thriving city on Granger's land.