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post #21 of 44 Old 02-16-2011, 12:39 PM
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This one sounds perfect, but is a little older than what you said you wanted: Tennessee Walking Horse For Sale - Non-resident Horse - ROCKY'S FANCY LADY #982324

She's also a little more expensive, but you never know when somebody will negotiate on the price.


Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - GUN'S FLASH POINT
Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - SATINS SPOTLESS WONDER
Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - CAPERING AT MIDNIGHT #20104380
Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - MISS DUMAS PUSHER #19914000
Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - TREY'S CLEMENTINE
Tennessee Walking Horse For Sale - Non-resident Horse - Dancer's Mystique #20509087

Most of those don't have pictures of them under saddle, but if the people at Walkers West are helping you out, I would express to them that you want a horse set in his gaits. It makes things a lot easier.
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post #22 of 44 Old 02-16-2011, 02:52 PM
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can you say WAY toed out in right front and very pacey.
Look at her trail movement video, don't see that much of a toe out very often.
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post #23 of 44 Old 02-16-2011, 03:25 PM
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Anyone else realize that the horse in the show has no leg markings, while the horse on trail has a stocking?
But her facial markings are identical. I am betting they covered her leg with something to hide the stocking while showing.
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But her facial markings are identical. I am betting they covered her leg with something to hide the stocking while showing.
See that in a later post that was the case. I would still look at this mare if I were you
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post #25 of 44 Old 02-16-2011, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
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This one sounds perfect, but is a little older than what you said you wanted: Tennessee Walking Horse For Sale - Non-resident Horse - ROCKY'S FANCY LADY #982324

She's also a little more expensive, but you never know when somebody will negotiate on the price.


Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - GUN'S FLASH POINT
Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - SATINS SPOTLESS WONDER
Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - CAPERING AT MIDNIGHT #20104380
Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - MISS DUMAS PUSHER #19914000
Tennessee Walking Horse - Non-resident Horse - TREY'S CLEMENTINE
Tennessee Walking Horse For Sale - Non-resident Horse - Dancer's Mystique #20509087

Most of those don't have pictures of them under saddle, but if the people at Walkers West are helping you out, I would express to them that you want a horse set in his gaits. It makes things a lot easier.

This is who im buying through...All the horses at walkerswest have already been looked at.I am in contact with the owner of walkerswest and she is the one that suggested Whos your Caddy.All the other horses she has for sale arnt good trail horsesor they are hard o catch or something.
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post #26 of 44 Old 02-16-2011, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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t seems everytime i e mail her about a horse there is a reason it wont work.Not good with other jorses..alot of these horses listed arnt even in Texas,Its always something.Whos your Caddy is te only one she has givin me the go ahead on.Im glad she is being picky for me but you guys have no clue what ive been thrugh in the last month getting anyone to listen to me about what i want.One barn told me out of all 20 horses they had for sale the only one that would make a good trail horse was ter $8000 horse while all te others were around $2000
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This is who im buying through...All the horses at walkerswest have already been looked at.I am in contact with the owner of walkerswest and she is the one that suggested Whos your Caddy.All the other horses she has for sale arnt good trail horsesor they are hard o catch or something.
That surprises me... TWHs generally make great trail horses and she's telling you she only has one good trail horse for sale? Not to mention that some of those horses are listed as being good trail horses. That's a little unethical, and it sounds to me like she just wants this one particular horse sold quickly for some reason...

I'm just saying I wouldn't buy that horse if I were you. Pacing is a hard problem to correct and she's bound to have health problems from her show career.

And I definitely wouldn't pick her over another horse that gaits well just because it's hard to catch : /
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i know thats what i thought too.I mean i did tell her my budget was at $2500 so maybe thats the only one at that price..I am having a real hard time with this..I want a young horse.I need 15 hands or over ..Im a pretty big girl(i own it..lol).I want something that is easy to catch(been through hell and back with my current horse with this)..no spook no buck no nothing..I cant find any help with the barns ..They are all into their show horses it seems.I think i need to look in another state i guess..It just sucks to have to do that
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i know thats what i thought too.I mean i did tell her my budget was at $2500 so maybe thats the only one at that price..I am having a real hard time with this..I want a young horse.I need 15 hands or over ..Im a pretty big girl(i own it..lol).I want something that is easy to catch(been through hell and back with my current horse with this)..no spook no buck no nothing..I cant find any help with the barns ..They are all into their show horses it seems.I think i need to look in another state i guess..It just sucks to have to do that
Do you think you could arrange a trip to Tennessee or Kentucky to look around? You'll have a much bigger selection there. I was actually really surprised at how few TWHs were available in Texas when I was looking around for you.

Have you considered looking at other gaited breeds?
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