Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Sallisaw, OK

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Tennessee Walking Stallion
Romeo will turn 6 yr. this spring. He is a beautiful red / sorrel color wi..
Alma, Arkansas
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Alma, AR
AR
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Great pedigree he would be a good breeding prospect. He parks out on comma..
Huntington, Arkansas
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Huntington, AR
AR
$5,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
Shady is a very loud black and white with cat tracks, throws color every ye..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
You will fall in love with Magistrate's Image. There isn't an ounce of agr..
Wagoner, Oklahoma
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Wagoner, OK
OK
$500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Star, near hind coronet. "been there - done that" Sensible, smooth, and tru..
Wagoner, Oklahoma
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Wagoner, OK
OK
$3,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Magistrate's Image is an amazing horse of moderate size for those who prefe..
Wagoner, Oklahoma
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Wagoner, OK
OK
$1,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Zelda is a wonderful riding mare but needs a refresher has had some time of..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Bay Roan
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$1,400
Tennessee Walking Mare
Old - time foundation bloodlines, registered mare has produced 3 outstandin..
Wagoner, Oklahoma
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Wagoner, OK
OK
$2,000
Tennessee Walking Stallion
This registered TWH gelding is a head - turner! Great on trails! Very smo..
Wagoner, Oklahoma
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Wagoner, OK
OK
$3,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
Big, Beautiful and Black is the best way to describe Baby Doll. 15 year old..
Eufaula, Oklahoma
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Eufaula, OK
OK
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Pealr is a great trail horse and a super smooth black Walker mare. Absolute..
Eufaula, Oklahoma
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Eufaula, OK
OK
$2,500
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About Sallisaw,OK

The name Sallisaw was taken from the French word salaison, meaning "salt provisions" in English. The French, who hunted in the area long before the town was founded, called Sallisaw Creek Salaiseau because hunters salted bison meat there. English naturalist Thomas Nuttall recorded the name as Salaiseau, in his journal during his exploration of the area in 1819.