My black TWH has Heritage status, whatever that means.
Heritage horses are the foundation stock of the original breed, and that means any breed where someone is trying to preserve the "original" horse.
Although not recognized by the Heritage breeders of Tennessee Walking Horses (as usual they have their own ideas of what constitutes "heritage"), one of my three Walking Horses could be considered a Heritage Horse.
He will be 21 this year. Both his parents were at least mid-20's when he was created. Thankfully I have his papers to do all the research.
He is only five generations from Old Glory on his top side and five or six generations from Nell Dement on his bottom side; both in direct line.
Anybody who doesn't recognize those names needs to visit Walkers West.
That said, nobody would know about my Joker because he doesn't have a show record. He was bred strictly for pleasure by an ethical breeder 100 miles north of me, long before preserving Heritage Horses was thought about. My horse was one of the last of a handful before the breeder retired.
"Twisty Walking" is a very odd name and certainly doesn't seem to follow lineage names.
The plot thickens. I am a person who is always interested in lineage. If the OP can put "kind" pressure on the Seller of your horse to get some legitimate paper names, that would be great.
It is also possible the horses were part of a rescue (at some point in their lives) and the papers were confiscated, which is typical in any breed.
"Twisty Walking" could be something that was made up.
When the OP says:
I've recently talk to the first owner of my TWH mare trying to find her bloodlines
, things don't quite add up. The first owner of a horse is the breeder and that person should very well at least know who the dam is.
If the person is the FIRST BUYER, how did that person come to find the horse and was the possibility of registry papers ever on the table?
Things just don't seem to add up, where a registered name (for the dam or sire) are concerned. Which makes me wonder if, at least, the dam was a rescue, she was preggars, and you now own the result of that pregnancy.