Re: Trail Horse and Trailer
Posted by Tom McKelvy on January 28, 2020, 11:09 am, in reply to "Trail Horse and Trailer"
I have two Tennessee Walkers, Male and Female. Both are in very good health, easy to take care of, maintain, Stands for the Farrier, Bathing, Cleaning out frogs, etc.. |
The male is almost 16 Hands. The Female is about 15.1 Hands.
The Male is the easiest for in the world to ride. He is Neck Reined, no kicking needed - just squeeze your knees and he will respond. He will not do anything to hurt you or himself. My Grand Children have been on him at age 6 and ages 9 with no problems.
The Female is like most Female Horses. She suffers from Separation Anxiety when away from our Male. Only at first then will settle down, but she will try and get back to our male for a good 15 to 20 minutes before she will settle. Best to ride her with him (Together) unless you trailer the Male away and ride him or Vice Versa. I would let both go together only, not separately. Let me know if you are interested.