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    Tennessee Walking Horse

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    I love horses and this is my favorite breed of horses and she is so beautiful!

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    Tennessee Walking Horse - The breed was originally bred in the Southern United States to carry the owners of plantations around their lands.[1] They are known for their unique four-beat "running walk." The breed is rarely seen in any of the sport horse disciplines; however, they are popular in trail riding because of their smooth gaits, stamina and easy temper. They are also seen in Western riding disciplines and in harness. (Wikipedia)

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    The Tennessee Walker or Tennessee Walking Horse is a breed of riding horse known for their unique four-beat "running walk." The breed is rarely seen in any of the sport horse disciplines; however, they are popular in trail riding because of their smooth gait, stamina, and easy temper. They are also seen in Western riding disciplines and in harness.

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    Tennessee Walker - stallion Majestic River i want one!!!!!!!!!!!

    It's likely a rare gold champagne horse is the princess pony you once dreamed of as a child! To care for a horse like this you would need plenty of shampoo. http://www.totally-tack.co.uk/p_934_wahl-showman-diamond-white-horse-shampoo-500ml

    When people say that high action horses are unnatural, i will show them this picture.

    Aztlan Farms' 16 hand champagne color Tennessee Walker stud, 'Peso De Oro'

    The Tennessee Walking Horse

    photo of blue roan horse - tennessee walking horse stallion buyhorses.com

    Marwari stallion by Manu Sharma. Marwari comes from Marwar region, India. It's supposed to be an old breed together with its probable ancestor Kathiawari. There are 4000 years old paintings with curved-eared horses. Once the Marwari was very priced animal in India and also British army used it as a cavalry mount. When Brits left India and cavalry was considered old-fashioned, lots of Marwaris were lost. Luckily some families continued breeding and the breed is now saved.

    PRE bey Andalusian stallion. He is gorgeous!