1963-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1963 January Voice - Page 11

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GOWEN ’ S BLACK ACE , s , by Black Angel ’ s Jet Sun out of Sun ’ s Rebecca , foaled April 15 , 1962 . Owner , Ray Gowcn , Shelbyvillc , Tcnn .
MACK K ’ S JEANNIE GIRL , m , by Midnight Mack out of Merry Judy Ann , foaled March 27 , 1962 . Owner . Ray Gowen , Shelbyville , Tenn .
WASTLAND ’ S GAL , m , by Go Boy ’ s Souvenir out of Flight ’ s Rebel Gal , foaled April 4 . 1962 . Owner , Elgin FI . Niningcr , Trcvillans , Va .
CAMPBELLS JUBILEE , m , by General Allen Schwam out of Walls Lady Deana , foaled Feb . 2 , 1962 . Owner , H . R . Campbell , Cordova , Tcnn .
I-IATMAKER ’ S LADY , m , by Dr . John of Midnight out of Roan Allens Winna II , foaled April 9 , 1962 . Owner , Parrish Hatmaker , Oliver Springs , Tenn .
HILLCREST MERRY GO , in , by Hillcrest Go Boy out of Cary Sheen , foaled Jan . 15 , 1962 . Owner . Harold M . Reed , Bates City , Mo .
HILLCREST SENSATION , m , by Hillcrest Go Boy out of Reed ’ s Lady Allen , foaled April 20 . 1962 . Owner . Carmin D . Reed , Bates City , Mo .
MIDNIGHT MERRY GIRL R . m , by Hillcrest Go Boy out of Deanic Allen , foaled May 3 , 1962 . Owner , Carmin D . Reed , Bates City , Mo .
MOYERS PRETTY BOY , s , by Ray ’ s Allen Mintkcn out of Mary ' s Bunnic , foaled May 18 , 1962 . Owner , Tice C . or Mrs . Tire C . Movers , Cheyenne , Wyoming .
MIDNIGHT MAGIC C , s , by Allen ’ s Victor out of Dunlap ' s Flicka , foaled May 27 , 1960 . Owner . Mrs . Alice Q . Dunlap , Batcsvillc , Miss .
MAJOR ’ S PEGGY , in , by Merry Major Wilson B . out of joe ' s Peggy , foaled April 26 , 1962 . Owner . W . T . Gibson , Union Springs , Ala .
CO CO ' s PRIMA , m , by Chivas Regal out of Creme Dc Co Co , foaled Aug . M , 1962 . Owner , Abe L . Haynes , Culdcsac , Idaho .
RHYTHM ' S RED BIRD , m , by Walking Socks out of Allen ’ s Mirs Rhythm , foaled July 10 . 1962 . Owner , Abe L . Haynes , Culdcsac , Idaho .
CADILLAC ’ S JEWEL , m , by Go Boy ' s Cadillac out of Gypsy ' s Prophet , foaled April 23 . 1962 . Owner , R . F . Ellis , Orrvillc . Ala .
CADILLAC ’ S TILLIE . m , by Go Boy ’ s Cadillac out of Tillie Evins , foaled April 30 , 1962 . Owner , R . F . Ellis , Orrvillc , Ala .
CADILLAC JIM E ., s , by Go Boy ' s Cadillac out of Strolling Gal E ., foaled April 29 , 1962 . Owner . Mr . and Mrs . R . F . Ellis , Orrvillc , Ala .
FLAMING GOLD , m , by Strollin Gold Ace out of Bccton Lady Dair . foaled June 4 , 1962 . Owner . John C . Waggoner , Carthage , Tenn .
WILSON ’ S LADY IN GOLD , m , by Strollin Gold Ace out of Desert Yellow Rose , foaled March 26 , 1962 . Owner , John C . Waggoner , Carthage , Tcnn .
K ' S FEATHER DUSTER , m , by Diamond Li I Man out of Golden Feather , foaled July 3 , 1962 . Owner . Helen ( Curlin ) Gray , Missoula . Mont .
FRENCH ’ S ROSE , m , by Merry ' Go Boy out of Easter Rose , foaled Jan . 12 , 1962 . Owner , H . G . French , Barnhill , III
ṀUFF ’ S TYPSIE BOY , s , by Midnight Express out of Miss Lighthcad . Foaled Feb . 9 , 1962 . Owner , C . E . Hinson , Sumter . S . C .
SANDLAPPER ’ S SUNDAE , m , by Stately Allen out of Strawberry Picker , foaled Feb . 14 , 1960 . Owner , Furman E . Corley , Lexington , S . C .
STATELY ’ S " V ” CITATION , s , by Stately Allen out of Stately ’ s V-Gal , foaled May 10 . 1960 . Owner , Raymond P . Skinner , Sumter , S . C .
PANORAMA PRINCESS , m , by Butler ’ s King Bully out of Wilson Strollin Lady , foaled May 4 , 1962 . Owner , E . B . Brubcck , Staunton , Va .
LADY FRANCESCA , m , by Butler ’ s King Billy out of Giovannis Cream Lady , foaled May 13 , 1962 . Owner , E . C . Brubcck , Staunton , Va .
WILSON ' S SUGAR DOLL , m , by The Great Go-Bang out of Wilson ’ s Myrt , foaled May 22 , 1955 . Owner , Alan T & Evelyn M . Walther , La Habra , Calif .
LAWSON ’ S HALLOWEEN , s , by Silver Allen Again out of Lady May Reina , foaled April 7 , 1962 . Owner E . Mason Young , Jr ., Clinton , S . C .
In the canter the horse gives one an abundance of ease with lots of spring and rhythm , and with just the proper rise and fall to afford a thrill from sitting the saddle in this fastest of the three gaits — and there is ever a grace and a beauty when the horse does this “ rocking chair ” motion called the canter .
These comfortable riding gaits have become fixed characteristics of the breed through generations of meticulous mating . The natural tendency of these horses to go these “ free and easy ” gaits has made their training a comparatively simple matter , for in most instances they are “ natural walkers ”. Their performance is highly acceptable to a large degree of pleasure-riding without the necessity of long months spent in routine training , because their movements are natural and not artificial and because they need no bitting or spurring to “ get down and do it .”
The Tennessee Walking Horse of today averages around 15 % hands and will often weigh about 1,200 pounds . They are of sufficient size and stamina to do reasonable farm work and to carry ordinary weight for long hours in the saddle . These horses are on the rugged order , but are entirely without any trace of coarseness . In color they range from pure white to jet black , and are grey , bay , chestnut , sorrel and roan ; a few are yellow with white mane and tail . Their markings are touches of beauty which often manifest themselves in four stockings , hind or fore socks , bald , blaze or star , and mixed mane and tail .
In general conformation they are short in the back , deep in the body , full in the flanks , and of good width in the chest . Their necks are long and are well-set on very sloping shoulders . The have flat , cordy legs and sound feet of ample size which are always a challenge to lameness . They posses quality as indicated by symmetry of parts , fine silky hair , thin hides , and hard , dense bone .
This physical makeup , together with the best blood lines of the breed having been crossed throughout past generations in careful mating , enables the Tennessee Walking Horse to do the correct flat-foot walk , the fast running walk and the graceful , rolling canter with amazing endurance . And aside from blood-lines influence and breeding , the factor of nutrition has played an important part in the present-day development of this superb saddle horse . For more than a century they have lived in the bluegrass section of Middle Tennessee where feed and pasture crops have been grown on a soil that is rich in mineral content , particularly lime and phosphorus which are the builders of bone and muscle in both human and animal life . This has given these horses substance and stamina , two equine requisites for rendering service and for affording pleasure .
In disposition , the Tennessee Walking Horse is gentle and kind , is docile and easily handled , and is probably more constantly in contact with man than any other horse in America . This even-tempered and intelligent horse is especially adapted to use by inexperienced riders , women and
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