I'm having a hard time convincing stallion owners (looking to breed my mare in the future) that she's a Tennessee Walker. They keep saying "Are you SURE she's not an ottb? Or maybe half tb?" She is full blooded, registered TWH. Sure, I wasn't there at the moment she came to be to double check the stallion and dam, but I'm as sure as any horse owner can be that she's out of two Walkers. She has a gorgeous gait. I'm breeding for a hj walker because she is so talented at it, and considering cross breeding. So when I call a Friesian owner (to get a Friewalker) or the like, the conversation generally turns to 15 minutes of me assuring the owner that she is, indeed, at least I'm as reasonably sure as I can be, a Tennessee Walker. I have to tell them the whole soring story to slightly convince them, and even then some still think a tb jumped the fence.
That's the pic they always see. Do you see it? I don't, maybe a little. She's not your typical walker, I guess.
What do you think of her shape? She's getting some muscle back finally, do you see any areas we should focus on more? Ignore my brothers face. It's always like that.