Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Glori be, It's a buckskin tobiano colt!

This is Glori. She is our bay tobiano Tennessee Walking Horse mare. We have a friend with a palomino Tennessee Walking Horse Stallion. So.......Along came Alexander. Born in April, he is a buckskin tobiano colt. Ted made it to his birth just in time. The girls and I came along seconds after he was born. As you can see, he is all legs. I believe he will be very tall. He is just a sweet heart and it has been fun watching him grow up with "Chexy". They are pasture pals. "Alex" is now 6 months old, weaned, halter trained and for sale. It will be sad to see him go, but we can't keep them all! Glori is headed off for training on Nov. 1. She is an amazingly athletic horse and I can't wait to get her back and see what she is like to ride. I hope to be reporting on all the long trail rides I have on her in the mountains of Arkansas in the coming months. Jazz was my riding mare until Kate found out how fun she is to ride. I am now relegated to the gaited horse, not my true love in the equine world. But.....they say gaited horses are better for those of us who are older and achier. I will let you know!


  1. I am searching for a John C. Harmon that bred Tennesee Walkers in 1998. I have one of his horses and I just wondered if this is him or his family.The address on the registration papers are Greensboro, NC. Please let me know if this is your family. Thanks, Stephenie Self

    1. I'm so sorry, but we are no relation that I know of.


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