A History of Tennessee's Horse

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The walking horse is a gaited breed known for the smooth and swift gait called a running walk. The breed was very popular with plantation owners for their versatility. The walking horse helped shaped Tennessee's history by originating in the state, making Tennessee the first state with a horse breed named after it (Tennessee Walking Horse Home Page)...
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Plantation owners began breeding for a smooth moving plantation horse in the central basin of the state around the 1790's (Yorkley 489). However, the foundation sire chosen by the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeder's Association was a black horse named Black Allen, born in 1886. He was the offspring of a trotter stallion, named Allendorf and a Morgan mare, named Maggie Marshall...
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