Liz is a wonderfully sweet, loving mare. She is VERY people friendly and comes right to you in the pasture. She is so easy to work with. She is foundation bred - Roan Allen, Merry Boy, Sun's Delight D, Merry Boy's F88 Delight, Ebony Masterpiece all on her papers. She has the natural flatshod gait to go along with these foundation lines. She is as smooth and consistent as you could ask for. No adjustments needed on the riders part to get a great, smooth ride. She has had the last 2 years off being a mom. She is no longer breedable. If she were, I wouldn't sell her for any amount of money. We put her back under saddle last summer and she went right back to a wonderful, smooth saddle horse without a moments hesitation. She has plenty of motor without being pushy about it. I would suggest an intermediate or better rider as her recent experience has all been at home on well known trails and she does like to go. She camped and rode on large rides as a 3,4 and 5 year old, so she has done it all, its just been a while. She has a old scar on her right rear leg that is not pretty, but she has no problems associated with it. She is quite sound, has no health or lameness issues and would make someone a wonderful lifetime friend and trail mount.
Company / Facility:
Misty Hollow Farm -
We at Misty Hollow, raise and train registered, flatshod Tennessee Walking Horses for trail and show. Our mares tend to be of old line and heritage breeding which brings out the natural flatshod gait. Natural gait, good conformation and smart quiet minds are the most important characteristics we strive for in our breeding. Beauty and color are important as well, but never at the price of gait and temperment. We handle our foals from day 1 with gentleness, respect and discipline. They grow up trusting people and looking to us for leadership. We generally have an assortment of horses for sale ranging in age from weanlings to 2, 3 and 4 year olds under saddle. Occassionally there will be an older horse or a brood mare for sale. We are always happy to have visitors or talk "horse" to anyone with questions about the breed or our particular stock.