Walking Horst HistoryThis section of our website is meant to showcase some of the great horses in our own horses' pedigrees. The content in this section is often copyrighted, and we ask that you do not take photos without first asking permission. You are more than welcome to link directly to any of these pages if you want to show off your horse's ancestors. The Voice of the Tennessee Walking Horse Magazine has graciously given us permission to use photos and/or articles that were published in the Voice and many wonderful former owners, trainers and enthusiasts have provided us with photos and stories to use. Also, special thanks to Franne Brandon, who has been a wonderful resource for the heritage walking horses.

We enjoy studying our horse's bloodlines to learn about the fascinating history behind their ancestors, however, we feel that bloodlines alone do not make the horse. Just like humans, horses (even full siblings) inherit different genes and traits. While certain lines are proven to throw certain traits, each horse is an individual, and should be judged as such.

We are always adding and expanding our content. If you have stories or photos that have to do with walking horse history and you would be willing to share, please e-mail us


Feel free to link to our information pages, but please do not take photos and information without permission, most are copyrighted.



Old-Blooded Stallions Still Standing Stud

Famous Horses

Golden Horses

Spotted Horses

Westwood Horses

Reference Articles

Famous Horses
From television, movies, etc.

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