Tennessee walking horse

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Tennessee walking horse

a horse, originating in a Standardbred stallion, and bred for show and pleasure; the breed is characterized by its showy fast walk which can lapse into a pacing gait unless care is taken. It is a fast, four-beat gliding walk reputed to be the most comfortable of all of the gaits for the rider. A robust, less elegant version of the american saddle horse, about 15 to 15.2 hands high, usually black or chestnut with white markings.
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For instance, Roy Roger's Trigger met the criteria to be registered both a Palomino and a Tennessee Walking Horse.
Spotted Saddle Tennessee Walking horse against any breed of horse.
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She pranced with the gait of a Tennessee walking horse, her head thrown back to catch the flakes on her face.
You can't tell much if they're being held back by their lad, or they're jig-jogging around," explains Bromley, "but if he's relaxed and able to stride naturally, watch where the front foot of a walking horse lands, picture where that front foot was, and watch where the back foot comes to.
While an officer in the Mississippi Debutante Club, president of the Chi Omegas at Ole Miss, homecoming maid and campus favorite, she also barrel raced at rodeos and won countless ribbons commandeering Tennessee Walking Horses.