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A powerful riding horse of a breed with a characteristic fast walking pace.
- ‘She was the owner of Supreme Image, a Tennessee Walking Horse.’
- ‘Tennessee Walking Horse owners find that the satisfaction they receive far outweighs the price of ownership.’
- ‘Each year, the best of the breed are recognized at the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration.’
- ‘The association hosted a round table discussion with representatives from the Tennessee Walking Horse industry.’
- ‘The Tennessee Walking Horse is considered one of the light breeds of the equine family.’
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