TENNESSEE WALKING HORSES

Tennessee Walking Horses

Also known as the Plantation Walking Horse and the Turn Row, this horse was developed in the 19th century. The founding sire was a Standardbred called Black Allan.

Originally the breed was used to transport farmers over their tobacco and cotton plantations. The horses could travel at high speeds between the rows of plants without causing damage.

Height: 15 hands and over

Color: Black, bay, chestnut and occasionally grey and roan.

Personality: Kind-natured and alert


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