"Dottie" is as awesome a horse as anyone could ask for. Standing 14.3hh at 7 years old and registered TWHBEA and SSHBEA, Dottie has been our personal riding/broodmare here for 4 years now. She was started by professional trainer Charlie Moore in Shelbyville as a 2 year old, then we brought her here and trail rode her for a year before breeding her. We also tried our hand at some shows with her, and Dottie proved herself very adept at SSHBEA Sport Horse, winning the 2009 2 Year Old Reining World Championship. She does anything you could need to ask a horse to do, from walk along nicely on the trails on a loose rein, to gait consistently (and very smoothly), canters, barrel race/pole bends, and is a great jumper. Of course, she also can hold her own over a trail obstacle course.
Dottie is spectacularly bred; sired by Georgia Firewalker and out of a direct Colors Cost A Plenty mare, and she has raised 2 beautiful colts for us - The Georgia General and The Creamator. She has been an easy breeder and great mother for both of her colts.
If you want something that has done it all, is extremely reliable and easy to ride, and can even raise you some nice foals, Dottie is the one. She is currently checked safe in foal to General Hector, for a June 2014 foal. The foal will be bay and white, buckskin and white, black and white, or smoky black and white in color and has a 50% chance of being homozygous tobiano. He/she will also be a full sibling to Dottie's first colt, The Georgia General, a striking bay/white homozygous colt who sold as a stallion prospect. This is a phenomenal 2-in-1 package that you won't want to miss.
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.