Tennessee Walking Horse

Tennessee Walking
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
16.0 hh
Foal Date
January, 2017
United States
Ad Status

Tennessee Walking Gelding for Sale in Lewisburg, TN

WWW.CLASSICHORSEAUCTION.COM THIS HOSE IS LOCATED IN LEWISBURG, TN *** STARTING BID IS 5,000 *** To view health docs, see consignor’s info, how to schedule a meeting to try it out, visit our site… TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE (classichorseauction.com) VIDEO>> https://youtu.be/K-BV6Q7rvAc 10 Carat Charlie is a SUPER gorgeous, registered TWHBEA chestnut gelding. He has a beautiful flax mane and an absolutely magical flowing tail. He is stout, healthy and confident. This big 16hh gelding is the perfect age of 7 years old. If you want a smooth and flashy moving gelding, Charlie is your next heart horse! This horse has spent many years exploring various trails and participating in hunts. He is consistently smooth moving and experienced from every aspect. He has an amazingly smooth gait that you can sit all day. His excellent build is perfect for long trails or field trials. He loves to move on, but he will also walk along. He is willing to please his rider at all times. He is a great camper…easy to load and haul. He can be staked out or tied on the high line. He is friendly with other horses, and he is confident enough to ride solo. Charlie is a well mannered horse on the ground. He parks out nicely and stands for mounting. Not only is he a super smooth mover, he can also drive the cart. As you can see in the video, he is not spooked by anything. Tarps, equipment, bullwhips, gun fire…he always maintains a cool head. With his extensive experience, he has truly seen it all. He steps up and has a wonderful 4 beat gait as you can see in the videos. He is a dream to ride. He is one that cannot be missed on the trail! Justin Jenne’ Classic Horse Auction Consignment 931-224-2968 Lewisburg, TN Nationwide Shipping Assistance Available Classic Horse Auction 931-224-2968

About Lewisburg, TN

The area in which Lewisburg and Marshall County is located was long occupied by various cultures of indigenous peoples. Historic Native Americans were here when French, Spanish and English explorers entered the area. Revolutionary War veterans were given land grants in this area by the State of North Carolina for services rendered during the war followed in the 1780s. North Carolina still claimed this territory under its colonial charter, but later gave up that claim and Tennessee became an independent state. Marshall County, named in honor of the young nation's first Supreme Court Chief Justice and noted American jurist, John Marshall, was established by an act of the Tennessee General Assembly in 1836.

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