"A Texas/National Gaited Horse Experience"
Barefoot or Lite Shod Quality, Sane Pleasure Tennessee Walking Horses For Sale With Extensive Camping and Trail Riding Experience, Natural Horsemanship Training

 

Click on the Facebook link above to see our day-to-day activities, entertaining pictures, videos as well as training, riding and general care tips.

 

email us at lkidder328@aol.com


THIS is what we do.  We recently put together a "reunion/refresher" camp, which several previous customers brought their horses to and rode with us while we offered pointers and helped with any issues they might have questions about, and we all had a very, very LARGE time!  Gourmet meals at camp, fellowship dinners, singing and laughing around the campfire.  Click on the above embedded arrow to ride along with us.

 

 

CLICK HERE TO READ "ABOUT US" and

 

Click here:  to see happy new owners!

 

 

(All of the following horses have current (within one year) negative coggins, and all are on grass hay as well as MG 12/8 pellet feed (12% protein, 8% fat).  They are stalled during the daytime and turned out to pasture at night for freedom and socialization.)

 

 

 

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"Rolex" -- Gorgeous golden palomino Tennessee Walking Horse gelding with tons of "Look At Me" presence, and a fantastic, fun racking gait. Will perform a sweet slow canter, as well. He is three years old, and we purchased him when he was about 18 months old and turned him out to pasture for a little over a year to run with the cattle and broodmares and be a 'kid'. This horse has the cutest personality and it shows in his face. He has a refined head, carries himself with pride, and has great bloodlines. He is a grandson of Trip My Triger on top, and his dam is a direct daughter of Seve. NOT FOR SALE AT THIS TIME.

 

 

 


 

"Remington" -- Drop dead gorgeous tri-colored 3 yr old Tennessee Walking Horse gelding that probably anyoen can ride and feel safe, yet be thrilled by! We sold his dam in foal with him, she raised him in her back yard with loving care and gentle kindness, and then brought him to us to put through our natural horsemanship program. Never been abused or known any kind of mistrust with humans, one-owner horse raised the right way. Gentle, but not spoiled, very respectful. Gaits -- he is the one all the kids argue over who gets to ride him. Wonderful smooth gaits, nice back end, easy sweet rocking canter on correct leads, side passes, pivots, forehand turns, backs, has been hauled on a few camping trips with us. This is DEFINITELY a lifetime horse, and the kind that everyone is looking for. He is a direct son of our beloved old stallion "Go Boy's Champagne Pride" and out of a sweetheart gentle mare. With two docile-as-a-lamb parents, he just can't help but be GOOD! Truly, the kind everyone is looking for. $7500 More info soon.

 

 

 


 

"Norma Jean" -- Of course this is her barn name, because of her beautiful blonde mane and tail, which puts her in the class of Marilyn Monroe! She is barefoot and gaiting smoothly as silk, nice canter, sweetheart personality, chrome everywhere, and with her bloodlines as a bonus (Pusher, Prides Stormy Night, Prides Generator, Carbno Copy, Mack K's Handshaker), she is a fantastic choice for having foals. She's probably gentle for anyone to ride, and at her age, will make a lifetime family horse. $5500 Click on her photo to go to her page.

 

 

 

 


Congratulations to little Liv from Washington State

on the purchase of our beloved Alen's Painted Desert!

 

 

 

 

 

"Alen's Painted Desert" --**SOLD** Meet our sure-footed, four-beat gaited, rocking chair cantering, easy, gentle Spotted Alen Again bred buckskin tobiano gelding. Gentle as a puppydog and most anyone can ride him and feel safe. Head-shaking Tennessee Walk, slow carousel canter, side passes, forehand turns, pivots, water obstacles, can pony colts off of him, hauled across the nation on camping trips -- click on his picture to see more info and video. This horse is ready for competitive trail competition, hauling across the nation for trail riding, working cattle, or anything you might want to do with him. $15,000 Click on his picture for more information and his history. **SOLD**

 

 

 


 

 

"Amy" -- Beautiful sorrel 15.1H 8-yr-old Tennessee Walking Horse mare with flaxen mane and tail, sweet disposition, gentle to handle, with a smooth head shaking striding true Tennessee Walk. She is a direct daughter of the World Grand Champion "Gen's Armed And Dangerous" out of a "Gen's Major General"/"Pride's Ultra Threat" mare. She is in foal to our golden palomino stallion "Diamond Dak" for a March, 2015 delivery. $4500 Click on her picture at left to see more info.

 

 

 


"Lorena" is a beautiful black and white spotted (tobiano) Tennessee Walking Horse filly for sale that will have a magnificent gait, classy high headset, probably mature to 15.2 or 15.3H, and has had a really good start in life, being imprinted at birth and taught natural horsemanship training/respect early. She already knows how to lead, stand tied, pony, have her feet handled, be groomed/bathed, load in a trailer and be led by a 4-wheeler. She is well accustomed to dogs, turkeys, chickens, cattle, sheep, goats, and extemely busy highway traffic and she's not even 4 months old yet! We plan to wean her no earlier than September 1st and no later than November 1st. She eats feed, hay and grazes along with her mother now. (We named her Lorena after a character in Lonesome Dove, but her new owner could change her name.) $1950 Click on her picture to see more info.

 


 

 

Our future speed racking filly!  (NOT for sale at this time -- we are looking forward to the joy of developing her.)

By George Foreman's "Cocoa" and out of his mare "Miss Amazin'"

Click on her picture to go to her page and follow her progress.

 

 


For anyone who has lost a loved one or a cherished pet, please click HERE.

 

 


 

 

"Go Boy's Champagne Pride", known around the barn as "Gunsmoke"

Click here to see GO BOY'S CHAMPAGNE PRIDE (Gunsmoke) info and progeny

Want a Tennessee Walking Horse that looks like this?  Check out our baby page to buy your own Tennessee Walking Horse colt/filly sired by this stallion and other beautiful stallions.

Click here:     for babies for sale.

 

 

WARNING:  This stallion ( "Go Boy's Champagne Pride", also known as "Gunsmoke") may not be exciting enough for your taste.  (Click on his picture to go to his page.)  This is the first time (on 9/1/05) that he has been ridden in two years, and Jennifer chose to ride him bareback.  She thought (actually hoped) that he would challenge her riding skills, and after a 20-minute workout with no misbehavior for her to practice her horse whispering on, she couldn't decide whether to challenge him herself or hug him, so she did both!!

 


 

Want a personal portrait of your loved one (Horse, Dog, etc.)?  Click on this picture to see more info.


 

Congratulations, Hannah and "PattyCake" on your FFA Showmanship Grand Championship!

Click on Hannah and Pattycake's picture ABOVE to see video of their win.

 

WARNING:  Horses are addictive substances,  Click HERE for testimony.

 

Click here:  to see happy new owners!  And . . .

 

Click here:   to see horses that we've sold previously.

 

 

And click here:  to see our "secret" 

(Why our horses are happy and well-behaved!)

 

 

 

 

Click on dancing horses at LEFT or on Lynn riding Pistolero at RIGHT to go to our "Good Times" page to see all the activities we do with the horses, and trips that we take.  More pics and videos coming soon!

 

 

 

 

 

 

All of the Tennessee Walking Horses are registered with the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' & Exhibitors' Association, unless otherwise stated.  Some are also registered with the Racking Horse Breeders' Association and/or the Spotted Saddle Horse Breeders' & Exhibitors' Association (or National Spotted Saddle Horse Association), and all have current negative coggins report (within one year).

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NOTICE:  We are not a 9-5 business, and since we work and travel a lot, we show horses on an appointment basis.  Please be sure to call and set up an appointment before driving out here -- we'd hate for you to make the drive and then us not even be home for a few days!  (We state this now because it has happened a couple of times already.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click on either picture to see weanlings/yearlings for sale!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What does the elephant and the Tennessee Walking Horse have in common?  Wanna see proof that the Tennessee Walking Horse is an all-natural gait, not man-made?  Click on the elephant to find out!

 

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE PICTURES OF HORSES WITH THEIR NEW OWNERS. 

 


 

 

These wonderful companions help us train these horses to ensure that your new pleasure mount is not afraid of dogs!  Click on DJ's picture to spend some time with the dogs we ride with!

 

 

 

 

Click on George's picture ABOVE to see a page of our trail rides, parades and camping trips.

 

 

 

 

 

October, 2010 NWHA show:

First horse show for this duo!  Hannah wins several blue ribbons on Joy (click on her picture to see more)

 

October, 2011 NWHA show:

Second horse show for this duo (different judge)!  Hannah wins several blue ribbons on Joy and this time, she does it on her own, without my supervision! This is a dynamic team of talent, for sure!

 

 

2010 Year End Champion Horseman Division Texas Trail Challenges

riding "LV King Tuck", a beautiful stout bay horse she purchased from us in 2006.  Click on their picture to see video from our recent weekend on this competitive trail ride and for more info on Texas Trail Challenges.

 

Announcing:  "Peddlin' The Gold"

4-yr-old Beautiful Palomino Tennessee Walking Horse Mare

*** NATIONAL SUPREME VERSATILITY CHAMPION***

 

 

 

 

Click on any of the three pictures above to see more info!

 

 

 

 



Congratulations to Becca and caitlin on their championship wins this weekend (3/3/12) at the lone star gaited pleasure association show in lufkin, texas! click on leo's picture to see their story.

 


These pleasure Tennessee Walking Horses are ridden daily through neighborhoods around traffic, dogs, 4-wheelers, 18-wheelers, school buses, cattle, emus and we take them through the National Forest, to the Gulf of Mexico to play in the ocean, the river, organized trail rides, parades and even an occasional show or two. We have relied on honesty, quality and integrity for the last 15 years to maintain a solid reputation and these horses will be exactly what we tell you. All vices/personality traits are disclosed up front before you meet the horse. Weanlings and yearlings Tennessee Walkers have been imprinted at birth, taught to lead, stand tied, handle their feet, be clipped and load in a trailer.  If you desire, we can arrange for a vet check on the horse you are interested in, and for out-of-state buyers, you can check to see what your state requires for shipping a horse (from anywhere) into your state, as well as a list of equine transport companies, by clicking on the animated "Hobo Horse", above left.  (Most of the time, all that is required is a negative EIA (neg. coggins) within 12 months and a health certificate within 30 days.)  All sales transactions are the jurisdiction of our barn in Hardin, Liberty County, Texas. 

Please note that a review of these pages does not constitute solicitation of sales. 

Lunch break at a restaurant on the way to the Angelina Forest.

 

 

If you would like a video of one of the above referenced horses, please specify which one(s) on your check or in a separate note, and send either click on the Paypal button at the bottom of this web page, or mail $10 (per tape, not per horse) to:

Cloud 9 Walkers
P. O. Box 878
Hardin, Texas 77561-0878
(55 minutes east of Houston)
281-726-4545

(Entire contents of this website copyrighted by Cloud 9 Walkers)

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Telephone number:  (281) 726-4545

Located in Hardin, Texas (zip 77561)