BAY REG Twhbea

Tennessee Walking
1 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Reg Number
15.2 hh
Foal Date
January, 2021
United States
Ad Status

Tennessee Walking Gelding for Sale in Lewisburg, TN

WWW.CLASSICHORSEAUCTION.COM THIS HOSE IS LOCATED LEWISBURG, TN *** CURRENT BID IS 6100 **** BUY NOW PRICE AVAILABLE To view health docs, see consignor’s info, how to schedule a meeting to try it out, visit our site… VIDEO>> BOURBON & BOWTIES D.K. is an extremely flashy, registered TWHBEA gelding. Here at the barn he is affectionately known as Bowtie. This three-year-old, gorgeous, bay gelding has an amazing mind, and his equally amazing looks will grab attention anywhere you take him! Bowtie stands at 15.2 hands tall. He is broke to drive and will stake out. Whether you are shooting from his back while he is gaiting or shooting near him on the ground, Bowtie is not bothered by gunfire. See in his video, he is also experienced at carrying the flag. He is great at kicking the soccer ball around and very responsive to his rider. Bowtie has been exposed to all types of farm equipment as well as traffic. He has been exposed to all sorts of trail obstacles – water, logs, wildlife, dogs, ATVs. Bowtie will boldly navigate banks, rough terrain, fallen logs or water with ease. Bowtie will make a wonderful equine partner for any adventure you want to take. He is a well mannered horse on the ground and stands well for mounting and dismounting. Paint your own picture on this blank canvas. Bowtie is eager and willing to learn making him a great prospective field trial horse, trail deluxe, show, plantation, or hunting partner. Bowtie is easy to saddle, bridle, load, and unload. A truly one-of-a-kind horse, his flashy way of moving is sure to stand out wherever you take him! Lewisburg, TN Justin Jenne’ Classic Horse Auction Consignment 931-224-2968 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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