Western Pleasure Horses for Sale near Collinwood, TN

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Paint Mare
APHA registered show mare. Excellent show mare for someone interested in ..
Hohenwald, Tennessee
Paint
Mare
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Hohenwald, TN
TN
$6,500
Appaloosa Stallion
Been To Paradise, 2005 Registered Appaloosa colt. Chestnut with white spot..
Selmer, Tennessee
Chestnut
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Selmer, TN
TN
$3,000
Appaloosa Stallion
"Zips Rain Chaser", 2005 registered Appaloosa colt. Sorrel with white blan..
Selmer, Tennessee
Sorrel
Appaloosa
Stallion
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Selmer, TN
TN
$180,000
National Show Mare
Double Registered Mare: Half Arab and NSH. Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated..
Rogersville, Alabama
Sorrel
National Show
Mare
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Rogersville, AL
AL
$6,000
Arabian Mare
Bloodlines include the late Furno Khamal Grand National Champion. Gorgeous..
Rogersville, Alabama
Arabian
Mare
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Rogersville, AL
AL
$5,000
Pony Mare
Thumbelina is a 10 hand beautiful Paint Pony Mare. She has been ridden by ..
Hohenwald, Tennessee
White
Pony
Mare
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Hohenwald, TN
TN
$800
Appendix Stallion
Great All Around Horse. 6 year old 16 hands, big boned. Very comfortable ..
Lynnville, Tennessee
Chestnut
Appendix
Stallion
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Lynnville, TN
TN
$3,500
Pony of the Americas Mare
Sweet personality plus great conformation make Erin a super filly for that ..
Prospect, Tennessee
Black
Pony of the Americas
Mare
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Prospect, TN
TN
$1,200
Shire Mare
Topaz is a flashy Shire / paint cross with a very sweet temperment and sens..
Prospect, Tennessee
Black Overo
Shire
Mare
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Prospect, TN
TN
$5,000
Quarter Horse Stallion
Bombproof Gelding, Great to Look at Too. Gentle Disposition. Anyone can Ri..
Rogersville, Alabama
Bay
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Rogersville, AL
AL
$1,800
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About Collinwood,TN

Collinwood was established in 1913 as a stop on the Tennessee Western Railroad, a rail line constructed to serve the area iron industry. The city was named for W.W. Collins, president of the Collinwood Land Company, which platted the city. While the railroad, which intersected the L&N system at Iron City, was originally to extend northward to Hohenwald, plans for extension beyond Collinwood never materialized, and the city became the railroad's western terminus. The Collinwood Land Company advertised lots for the new city in June 1913, and by the following year, about 300 people were living in the city.