|Faces of Fall - 2
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Chicklette, our good old girl, is still our best promotional tool of the
Tennessee Walking Horse that we have. Anyone can ride her and she knows
her business. We are hoping to get our grandbaby's riding fun started on
this wonderful TWH.
"Only The Lonely"
Only the Lonely, "Archer" was the only Tennessee Walking Horse foal born
on our place in 2005, hence the name. Archer was nicknamed by a coworker
of Brenda's who was reading a romance novel whose characters included a
black horse named Archer!
Since his older pals have been sold, Archer is
indeed lonely! Brenda has put a number of happy trail riding miles on this
nice big TWH and finds him to be very willing and sensible under saddle.
He has a long stride and canters easily. Archer is a Tennessee Walking
Horse that combines a sweet temperament with incredible presence and
smooth gaits that will make him a mount to be proud of.
Thriller is a leggy black-bay 2010 colt by Kit's Royal Pride and out of
Chicklette. He is a full brother to Chic Magnet and Cruising for Chics,
both of whom won the Weanling Colt class at the Canadian TWH Futurity the
year they were born. "Mouse" is well halter broke and stands happily for
the farrier. He is a really lovely colt who would be an interesting
Stallion prospect. His lineage will make him eligible for Heritage TWH
Starlette, our 2008 filly by Kit's Royal Pride and out of Chicklette has
all the best her parents could offer when they passed their genes on. She
will mature into a great representative of the Tennessee Walking Horses
Kodiak's Dyna CF
"Dyna" is a Saskatchewan import! She is by William's Kodiak and out of William's Breeze, both of whom are by William's King. This mare is eligible for Heritage TWH certification. She is a very smooth moving Tennessee Walking Horse that can adjust her speed of travel to whatever our companions are comfortably traveling at. She has the cherished Tennessee Walking Horse temperament and is one of the most cooperative horses we have ever met.
Great Northern Pike, "Pike" pictured here as a yearling in 2010, is a
smokey black Tennessee Walking Horse gelding would should mature about
15.2hh. He is very friendly and stands tied in the barn just like the big
boys. He is wonderfully gaited at liberty or on the halter. Pike is well
put together and quite athletic. Once he is started under saddle Pike
will make a very versatile mount.
Absaroka Dani, "Dani" is from Saskatchewan although she has been here in
Alberta for a few years now. She is a well built but compact Tennessee
Walking Horse standing about 15.1hh. She is a lively mount and enjoys
getting out there to see what is on the other side of the hill!
Some Faces of Fall 2010