The Tennessee Walking Horse originated during the 19th century in Tennessee.
As people settled in the Tennessee area they needed a stylish horse suitable for use on the land, in harness, for riding, suitable for all members of the family.
Origin: United States.
Colour: mostly chestnut and black.
Height: between 15 and 16hh.
Conformation: a largish head with a straight profile, a muscular and arched neck, pronounced withers, a broad chest, sloping shoulders, a short back, and a muscular flat croup.
Character: gentle, naturally sociable, quiet nature.
Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders & Exhibitors Association
Tel: (931) 359-1574
P.O. Box 286 or 250 N. Ellington Pkwy., Lewisburg,