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Smoky Mountain
The Auctioneer- Joe Choate dropping the gavel
The Smoky Mountain Walking Horse Sale

The Smoky Mountain Walking Horse Sale will be held again this February on the 23rd & 24th at the "Smoky Mountain Expo Center located in White Pine, Tn. The Sale will be conducted by Smoky Mountain Sales and this sale will be one of their finest. Top quality Walking Horses and other breeds have been entered.

Hurry and make your final arrangements now. The starting times have been changed to 11:00 am both Friday and Saturday. As of this writing there are over 230 horses entered. Plenty of places to stay and eat in nearby Morristown (3-4 minutes). Smoky Mountain
Horse sellers from Southern GA

The Expo Center, located at the Jct. of Hwy 25E and I-81 (exit # 8) going South toward White Pine, is one of the best facilities to have a sale in the South East. Completely handicap accessible and with elevators, spacious isles, and armchair seats. "NO" outside porta-potties, the barn and outside horse area have their own set of facilities.... CLEAN TOO!

Smoky Mountain
A little girl whose dad bought her a horse for her birthday
Visit our web site at for all the information one could ever ask. It's great! It's geared to all "Horse People". Our horse sale catalog is being updated daily until the 21st. so, check often. This sale is for the whole family, visit the site and look at all the pictures.

Emails to or call Kenny Smith at (606) 598-2928. Smoky Mountain Sales is Buyer, Seller, Family, and Visitor friendly come and see if we don't treat you like "Down Home Folks". Smoky Mountain
Sleepy "Volunteer" wrapped in Tennessee blanket

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