Black Tennessee Walking Horse
Born: April 2, 2006
This was taken Oct. 17, 2009, the day we first saw Bam, and decided to buy him. He was such a good boy for Don. We look forward to many years of trails together!
Fall of 2009 and Winter of 2010
Spring of 2011
Bam on Nov. 9, 2014. You can see his fuzzy, winter coat growing in.
click on pedigree for a PDF version & larger size
Bam is registered with the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders' and Exhibitors' Associstion. He stands 16.3 hands, has a medium build, and a beautiful head with small ears. He is as sweet as he is beautiful. You can do just about anything with him. Although he has a top show pedigree, we have just used him as a trail horse. He has a lot of miles on him! He is very comfortable to ride, with nice smooth gaits and a good head shake. The only reason we are selling him, is that my husband just doesn't have enough time to ride him. Bam is a people horse, so just sitting is not fair to him. He loves to go on trail rides, and he is a lot of fun to ride. He loads, bathes, clips, ties, and stands well for the vet, farrier and for wormer. A novice could handle him fine, we'd just like someone with horse experience.
Congratulations Billy Pigg of Powder Springs, GA!