This breed has one of the highest selections of coats; most can either be stolen or tamed from the wild. Tennessee Walkers tend to have higher speed and acceleration, but lower health and stamina. Its handling gives it moderate reactivity and agility.
Tennessee Walkers are riding horses. They can be identified by their refined head and elegant build. The Red Roan, Black Rabicano, Chestnut and Dapple bay coats can be found in the wild. A Flaxen Roan is purchasable from a stable. This breed is renowned for its eye-catching trot and comfortable gait. They are healthy and handle well, with good Stamina and Speed, making them perfect for longer journeys.
With their calm temperament, smooth ride and swift companionship, the Tennessee Walker is quickly becoming a favorite since it first appeared at horse auctions a few years ago. The breed is tall, with a long neck and sloping, long hips and shoulders. It has a smooth, unique gait and is sure-footed. They are popular for pleasure riding or light work on farms.
|Coat||Base Value (in $)||Health||Stamina||Speed||Acceleration||Source|
|Black Rabicano||60.00||3||3||2||2|| Steal|
|Dapple Bay||60.00||3||3||2||2|| Steal|
|Flaxen Roan||150.00||4||5||3||3||Tumbleweed stable|
|Mahogany Bay||60.00||3||4||2||2||"Outlaws From the West"|
|Red Roan||60.00||3||3||2||2|| Steal|