The Tennessee Walker is a light horse breed found in middle Tennessee. Its composition comes from several breeds. The breed initially started out as a utility horse, but has become an ideal horse for all ages and levals of experience. The Walker adapts to both english and western styles, and is known for its elegant gait and docile temperament. It has been said that the walker is the “world’s greatest show, trail, and pleasure horse.”

Tennessee  Walking Horses range between 14.3-17 hands tall weighing between 900 and 1200lbs. There head is well defined with small ears. They have long, sloping features with short, strong legs.  Walkers are generally black, bay, chestnut/sorrell, or white, white horses are extremely rare in Walkers.