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        01-11-2007, 11:00 PM
    Thats so awesome that the stallion is sweet. (not TWH abuse)
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        01-11-2007, 11:10 PM
    He's a wonderful horse, his name is King :) and he's black. The guy can, not ride him for a while, then just get on and ride with no problems from King. Great horse.
        01-11-2007, 11:12 PM
    I love horses like that. That does not come often with stallions because of there hormones though..
        07-19-2007, 11:04 PM
    Re: Tennessee Walking Horse

    [I have had walkers for a long time and they are just great. You call this one Ace. If he is out of Aces Sensation breeding he was a sorta hateful (It would be several generations back, because he was around a long time ago). Make sure this one is not like him.

        07-31-2007, 08:26 PM
    I had a tennessee walker in the past. His name was Harley and he was an awesome horse. I think he is still around but creeping up on that old age real fast here now. He was at the barn I was riding at the lady owned him but he was pretty much mine she even said he is yours. So I took care of him and everything I just didn't pay for him. lol yea kinda funny.

    Well yea he was a great horse. He did this awesome dance where his leg would go high in the air but its not quite like those real show horses. He only did it about half the amount as those show horses. I don't think he was trained like the ways you guys are stating because he didn't seem to be and he never quite danced like that. I thought he was awesome though but he sure wanted to go all the time

    Its actually kinda fun though but its not cool to have a horse, especially when you want to relax, go all the time. I think they are great horses though and yea it does depend on the horses personality that you get. Personally me I like a horse with a little spunk but not too much just enough were I can have fun but not have a problem ya know.

    Well good luck with getting this horse

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