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R&R Ranch - Tennessee Walking Horses
1959 ARK Hwy 115
Smithville, Arkansas 72466
Telephone: Office (870) 528-9405 - Mobile (870) 844-1647
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a gaited horse doing this ?
.......or the quarter horse ?



TWHB&EA - The Tennessee Walking Horse:

A light horse breed founded in middle Tennessee, the Tennessee Walking Horse is a composition of Narragansett and Canadian Pacer, Standard Bred, Thoroughbred, Morgan, and American Saddle Bred stock. Originally bred as a utility horse, this breed is an ideal mount for riders of all ages and levels of experience. The breed easily adapts to English or western gear, and its calm, docile temperament combined with naturally smooth and easy gaits insure the popularity of the Tennessee Walking Horse as the "world's greatest show, trail, and pleasure horse.

SSHB&EA - The Spotted Saddle Horse:

The Spotted Saddle Horse can trace its roots back to the history of horses that escaped from ships as they crashed on our shorelines. These horses were often spotted, naturally gaited and possessed the strength and stamina necessary for war use. By the end of the Civil War, many imported "gaited" types of horses were present in the United States. Selective mating of these gaited horses with the spotted horses resulted in the production of the smooth-gaited, colorful horse that came to be known as the Spotted Saddle Horse.

Major - registered Tennessee Walking Horse gelding. DOB: 5/26/07 - $2500
Dandy - registered Tennessee Walking Horse, buckskin gelding - DOB 5/23/10 - $7500