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    02-15-2010, 09:13 PM
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Weanling
big lick walker confo

What is the conformation of a big lick tennessee walker?how tall are they usually and what chariteristics do they have?can you post a pic of the ideal conformation of one?thnx!
     
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    02-15-2010, 09:24 PM
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Green Broke
Big straight shoulder, long hind legs, upright neck, small hips... That is about allI know about "big lick" TWH conformation...

According to the TWHBEA, reg. Conformation "
Tennessee Walking Horses generally range from 14.3 to 17 hands and weigh 900 to 1200 pounds.
The modern Tennessee Walking Horse possesses a definitive head with small, well placed ears.
The horse has a long sloping shoulder, a long sloping hip, a fairly short back and short, strong coupling.
The bottom line is longer than the top line, allowing for a long stride."
     
    02-16-2010, 12:10 AM
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Yearling
Here is a link to the past World Grand Champions. You can kind of watch the progress of the "big-lick" movement by watching the ones that have videos. I noticed in a couple of the pictures, the ones' that were padded even have the pads on in the drawn picturse.

Walkers West - Tennessee Walking Horse World Grand Champions, Heroes and Legends
     

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