1965-Voice Of The Tennessee Walking Horse 1965 March Voice - Page 24
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A check of the 1964 record indi
cates that horses by SHADOW are
achieving a notable reputation as
outstanding individuals. They are
consistant winners in the show
ring. They bring top money in any
age class at the best auctions and
SHADOW-bred mares are in
greater demand than ever before.
PIDDLEY, also a superior horse
by modern standards, is best de
scribed as a very alert, extremely
fine specimen, that is fast making
a reputation for himself as an out
standing breeding stallion.
Also by MERRY GO BOY, the
fabulous PIDDLEY offers a con
trast in ALLEN blood that has
proved to be valuable. His dam,
ANN’S DIXIE MAID was by SO
CIETY MAN who was by WIL
SON’S ALLEN. This combination
blends with almost any blood line
and should nick well to produce
outstanding colts from most mares.
Called “the find of the century,”
PIDDLEY, as is well known, sus
tained a severe leg injury at the
peak of his pre-season training as
a two year old. He never entered
the show ring, but the natural abi
lity and outstanding conformation
that attracted the attention of the
Walking Horse World when he was
in training, still persists. PIDD
LEY, now eleven years old, was
almost forgotten after his accident
and it was not until several years
ago that he attracted the attention
of Mr. Jack Montgomery as a pro
spective breeding horse. This
proved to be a wise move on the
part of Mr. Montgomery, for re
cent years have proved his belief.
PIDDLEY colts are now making
their way into the show ring and
1965 will see more and more win
ners bearing the PIDDLEY name.
The Bailey-Montgomery Stables,
located on the Lewisburg Highway
a short way out of Shelbyville,
is considered one of the best breed
ing establishments anywhere. They
have excellent facilities for caring
for brood mares and colts and along
with their breeding operation at
the main stable are actively work
ing some top SHADOW and PID
DLEY colts for the show ring.
Jack, his wife Nina and step-son
Ronnie, live in the old Winston
Both SHADOW and PIDDLEY
Wiser home adjacent to the stable had a record breeding year in 1964
property. He has recently sold the and it appears that this year will
Montgomery Dairy Farm property find even more top mares coming
and plans to concentrate on his to the court of these two horses.
horse activities. Mr. and Mrs. SHADOW, who has a stud fee of
Bailey, who live in Jackson, Mis $250.00 and PIDDLEY, who has a
sissippi, take an active interest in stud fee of $150.00, are both in ex
the stable and the breeding pro cellent shape and according to Mr.
gram for their two stallions. They Montgomery, are keen rivals for
frequently make the trip to Shelby the attentions of their designing
ville and delight in spending a few suitors. For specific information
days at the barn, talking horses regarding booking to either of
with the many people who come these stallions call Mr. Jack Mont
for breeding and to see the re gomery, c/o Bailey - Montgomery
nowned SHADOW and PIDDLEY. Stables, Shelbyville, Tennessee.
MERRY BOY’S KNOCKOUT
A leading Black Stallion by MERRY BOY out of a GIOVANNI Mare. He is a 7/8th
Brother to MERRY GO BOY and offers the finest in blood, conformation, disposition
and natural way of going.
STUD FEE: $100
PAUL SMITH'S STABLES
Winter Garden, Florida OWNER — George N. Harrell, MD
Phone 656-1654 oor 656-2406 Palmetto, Florida
At Time of Seivice
YOU ARE INVITED!!
The GRAND OPENING of the NEW
TRIPLE T FARMS, INC.
On Highway 431 to Franklin
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 © 1:30 p.m. til
YOU are personally invited to the Grand Opening of the NEW
TRIPLE T FARMS in Lewisburg, Tennessee. Barbecue cooked
over the pit will be served everyone. Liquid refreshments also
available. See some of the top horses of the breed under saddle.
HAWKS MEMORY and others will be ex
hibited during the day.
VOICE of The Tennessee Walking Horse