Sorrel Tennessee Walking Horse
filly, with a star. She should mature to 15.1 or 15.2 hands.
This foal will be eligible to be
Heritage-certified. Foaled 05/13/2011.
There are those people that felt this perfect
little filly should not be here. They feel that
no one should be breeding horses and felt the
need to voice that opinion to my new foal
announcement. Well, our answer is that our goal
is to better the breed with every generation we
produce. If the breeders of quality Tennessee
Walking Horses quit breeding, our breed will be
lost in a very short time. While her name was
given with tongue in cheek, this little girl is
exactly what and where she needs to be!
a Controversy has been sold to the Dominican Republic.
Fernando Arturo Leon [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 03, 2012 9:36 PM
To: Shellie Pacovsky
Subject: Re: Wondering how Conie
Hi Mark and Shellie ,
Conie is doing very well , the first two
weeks after her arrival she was somewhat
apprehensive and shy , but now that she
has gotten used to her new home she is
becoming more friendly and forward, she
has been developing a good relationship
with her journey companion mates .
Her reddish color is very
beautiful , she has a small head with
small and sharp ears that make her look
very refined. Although she is
still very young , she looks like she is
going to have a very nice
conformation when she matures.
I have taken some
pictures of her as well as from Jubi and
Onyx lately which I am planning on
sending to you as soon as I get back
home next week , I am in Miami right now
are all very happy with Cony, she
Definitely is a great addition to our
Jubi and Onix are two
diamonds , wait till you see their
latest pictures , they have
gained muscular mass , they have gotten
taller and they both have very nice
temperaments in addition to have lots of
motor . I think I have told you this
before but I will repeat it once again,
they both have the smoothest ride .