1963-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1963 January Voice | Page 10

January, 1963 8 Registrations (Continued from page 7) contribution. There is no labor in handling this gentle- mannered animal which responds to light reining—as exer­ tion is called for to cope with a hard and rough gait, for the gaits of the Tennessee Walking Horse are all “Free and Easy” and it gives comfort and relaxation to the rider without any appreciable degree of fatigue after hours of continuous riding. An Inbred “Rocking Chair" G