Horses for Sale near Martin, TN
Rosie is a yearling, 26 inch tall, dwarf miniature mare. She does not have..
Quarter Horse Gelding
If you are looking for big and gorgeous then Last Play of the Game, “Monste..
Docs Buttercup Twist
Gorgeous mare - broke and gentle ready to trail ride Foaled a beautiful sta..
Molly and Dolly
Bred work horses..
About Martin,TN Martin is named for Captain William Martin. William Martin was born in Halifax County, Virginia in 1806, and moved to Weakley County, Tennessee with his wife Sarah in 1832. Captain Martin prospered through tobacco farming and began working to establish a railroad connection in what would later become Martin in 1852. It was not until after his death in 1859 that his sons, led primarily by George W. Martin, persuaded the Mississippi Central Railroad to locate a connection with the Nashville and Northwestern Railroad in what would become Martin, Tennessee in 1872.
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