Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Sand Springs, OK

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Tennessee Walking Stallion
Wolf is an extremely trainable colt. Well gaited, too. No pace or trot. H..
Chelsea, Oklahoma
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Chelsea, OK
OK
$650
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Draco is a young horse with lots of potential. He was not started until he..
Chelsea, Oklahoma
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Chelsea, OK
OK
$1,750
Tennessee Walking Mare
Candy is an awesome trail horse. She has been through the Rocky Mountains t..
Owasso, Oklahoma
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Owasso, OK
OK
$4,200
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
Old - time foundation bloodlines, registered mare has produced 3 outstandin..
Wagoner, Oklahoma
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Wagoner, OK
OK
Sold
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 Stallion
Max is very gentle and a willing learner. He's been through 45 days of pro..
Claremore, Oklahoma
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Claremore, OK
OK
$2,750
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About Sand Springs,OK

The city was founded in 1911, by philanthropist Charles Page, a wealthy businessman in Oklahoma. He envisioned Sand Springs as a haven for orphans and widows. He helped found and develop Sand Springs as a model city that included all components of a total community. Page bought 160 acres of land in Tulsa County, Oklahoma in 1908, intending to build a home for orphan children. The first 27 children, who had been abandoned by the Hook & Anchor Orphanage in Tulsa, were housed in a tent.