"Tia" is a stunning palomino filly foaled 03/28/12. This is undoubtedly one of the nicest palominos to be found on the market. Her conformation is superb - sloped shoulder, rounded hindquarter with an exceptionally big, strong hip (hard to find on a Walker!), a short back; long neck that comes straight UP from her shoulders, and very long, correct legs.
Not only is Tia drop dead gorgeous, but she has the bloodlines to go with her good looks and beautiful, deep golden color. She is sired by our late stallion, Regulator (a stallion known to produce big, beautiful, well-gaited and good-minded foals), and out of a daughter of WGC He's Puttin' on the Ritz. This filly's dam is the full sister to the dam of Premium Tap and RWC Aspen for Cash. Her 1/2 brother, Jose's Dr. Pepper, was a top seller at the '09 Sand Creek Yearling sale, and is now a blue ribbon winner and top padded performance show horse here in middle TN. Also on the bottom side of her pedigree are names such as WGC Coin's Hard Cash and WGC Threat's Supreme A. Her sire's lines include Fluid Gold (Royal Ivory's full brother), Bud England, Pride's Favorite, and 3 lines to Ebony Masterpiece. Her pedigree is very strong. Combined with her looks, color, and curious, bright, friendly disposition - this filly is undeniably classy. She will mature to 15.2-15.3hh.
She has been handled since birth and by weaning will be completely trained to lead, tie, load, clip, stand for farrier, bathe, fly spray, etc. Her price includes registration with TWHBEA. A 50% deposit will hold her until weaning. Visit our website for more details. http://www.heavens-gait.com
Company / Facility:
Heaven's Gait Ranch -
We are a small family owned & operated farm located in middle Tennessee. We breed, raise, and sell quality Tennessee Walking and Spotted Saddle Horses suitable for show or pleasure. Every horse we offer is trained by us, from the ground up. We are proud to offer horses for every market, from unborn (in-utero) foals, to weanlings, yearlings, started and finished trail horses, and broodmares.