Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Salem, OR

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Maya - Mare in Portland, OR
Maya
Lovely tobiano palomino mare. Endurance or trail riding prospect. Has bee..
Portland, Oregon
Tobiano
Tennessee Walking
Mare
10
Portland, OR
OR
$3,350
Tennessee Walking Mare
Xena is a beautiful 10 year old Tennessee Walking mare. She is registered...
Carlton, Oregon
Other
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Carlton, OR
OR
$4,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
Snow is a 9 YO proven show horse. Shows at all 3 gaits and has been out on ..
Carlton, Oregon
White
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Carlton, OR
OR
$8,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
With 9 WGC's in 4 generations, a better broodmare is hard to find. Delight ..
Salem, Oregon
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Salem, OR
OR
$3,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
MG's IMA LADY JFK "Ruby" is of Blue Blood, her pedigree speaks for itself. ..
Salem, Oregon
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Salem, OR
OR
$5,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
"Rainey" is a Splashed up Chestnut Roan Sabino with 4 whites, bald, belly s..
Salem, Oregon
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Salem, OR
OR
$3,000
Tennessee Walking Mare
"Rainey" is a Splashed up Chestnut Roan Sabino with 4 whites, bald, belly s..
Salem, Oregon
Chestnut
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Salem, OR
OR
$3,300
Tennessee Walking Mare
This gorgeous golden palomino filly is a very sweet and kind. Her sire is 4..
Lebanon, Oregon
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Lebanon, OR
OR
$4,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Handsome sorrel gelding with a white mane. He is a fun smooth gaited horse..
Lebanon, Oregon
Sorrel
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
-
Lebanon, OR
OR
$3,800
Tennessee Walking Mare
Glide down the trail on this well trained Gaited mare! Light rein, quick r..
Lebanon, Oregon
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
-
Lebanon, OR
OR
$1,500
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About Salem,OR

The Native Americans who inhabited the central Willamette Valley at first European contact, the Kalapuya, called the area Chim-i-ki-ti, which means "meeting or resting place" in the Central Kalapuya language (Santiam). When the Methodist Mission moved to the area, they called the new establishment Chemeketa; although it was more widely known as the Mill, because of its situation on Mill Creek. When the Oregon Institute was established, the community became known as the Institute. When the Institute was dissolved, the trustees decided to lay out a town site on the Institute lands. Some possible sources for the name "Salem" include William H.