Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration

1110 North Evans Street
Shelbyville, TN 37160

931-684-5915

History:

The Celebration is the term generally used to identify both the event and the organization that manages and presents it.  The idea for a Walking Horse "festival" (later identified as the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration) is generally credited to the late Henry Davis of Wartrace, TN. 

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