People always ask why our horses are so calm and my standard response has always been why shouldn't they? This stud horse is a prime example. We have him here in a barn full of mares and are saddling him up after 7 days in a stall. He did great. It is "always" about personality and expectations. You have to choose animals that are both intelligent and willing to follow your lead - then you have to lead. We have always had mares at the farm but I found this All American Cash stud and had to have him. He had a great personality and his body could have been sculpted by masters. Now, I do have to say that we kept him about 8 months and then I knew that having a stud horse or gelding was not the direction I wanted to go.
That being said, he did have fantastic ground manners and was easy to work with once you had your hands on him. Here we are saddling him up in a situation that should never have been a calm environment for any horse new in the barn let alone a stud horse surrounded by all mares. He was a great animal but at the end of the day he was bred for the show ring and that is where he needed to be. We had him trained for trails and he did quite good even when confronted by a canoe drifting down the river in Missouri, but he was also competitive wanting to lead and when gelded he was way too dominant with the mares when we did not have our hands on him.
Once you got your hands on him - he was gentle as a baby and would follow your lead anywhere and in any situation and I am overwhelmingly happy that I had the opportunity to have him here at the farm! Take a look.
Genesis Tennessee Walking Horse Farm in Slaughters Kentucky specializes in mares by world champion sires with common sense, wonderful temperaments, and athletic ability who are a true pleasure to work with. We have horses in 26 states now and 2 overseas with a reputation for excellence. We guarantee our horses to be sound and as described. I'd love the opportunity to talk to you about our ladies. - Marion Miller (270) 339-4176 | Marion@genesistwh.com | Contact Us
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