Reg. TWH Chestnut Stallion At Stud

Tennessee Walking
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.0 hh
Foal Date
United States
Ad Status
Stud Fee

Tennessee Walking Stallion at Stud in Greeneville, TN

This stallion has these GREATS showing on his Pedigree ('64 WGC) GLL'S CARBON COPY. . . son of ('59 WGC) ROGER'S PERFECTION) ('78 WGC) MARK OF CARBON ('89 WGC) MOTOWN MAGIC ('95 WGCMS) MARK GRANDY. . . also (#2 TWH STALLION in 2004) ALL TIME #1 WALKER & (multi WC & WGC) PRIDES GENERATOR (sire of 2303 foals) (WC) PRIDE'S PEDDLER BH + PRIDE OF MIDNIGHT H. F. (sired 1, 703 foals) BUD ENGLAND (famous palomino stud) "GEN'S PEYTON MANNING" is putting a solid four beat gait & strong head bob on ALL his foals even ones from grade mares. VERY gentle to work with & passing his temperment to his foals. 15. 3 HH bare hoofed. $150 STUD FEE. No booking fee, LFG: Coggins Required. You pay the cost & shipping if you wish shipped semen. Please view our web site for pictures, pedigrees & facts. Has produced to date, 2 palomino fillies, 1 palomino colt, a black roan filly, a red roan sabino filly, a chestnut filly, 2 chestnut colts, a flaxen mane / tail colt & a bl / w sabino tobiano filly.

About Greeneville, TN

Native Americans were hunting and camping in the Nolichucky Valley as early as the Paleo-Indian period (c. 10,000 B.C.). A substantial Woodland period (1000 B.C. - 1000 A.D.) village existed at the Nolichucky's confluence with Big Limestone Creek (now part of Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park). By the time the first Euro-American settlers arrived in the area in the late 18th century, the Cherokee claimed the valley as part of their hunting grounds.

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