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Buckskin Tennessee Walking Horses

Holmes Farm Herd - 2013


Here at Holmes Farm Walkers, I am dedicated to producing the best quality flat shod versatility horses available. For years, I have hand selected quality mares to produce horses with great minds and gaits to be used for trail riding, pleasure riding and flat shod show. While color is a bonus that pleases the eye, I strive to produce horses that can give that comfortable running walk gait that makes the Tennessee Walking Horse so famous. Pick your sport; I have a buckskin horse for you.

I like to ride mares, always have and always will. A good mare will be a better ride than an equally good gelding every time. A great many people feel that they have to ride geldings on the trail or in the ring because they have been told that is the thing to do, but if you ever have a really good mare, you will never make a gelding your main riding horse. To me, a mare is smarter, quicker, and more level headed than their male counterpart. I know that mares can come in heat and spoil a good trail ride, but there are ways to manage that now that we didn't have 50 years ago. If started young with that goal in mind, that a mare should understand not to misbehave during her cycle, they can be trained to not show out. A good mare is easy to train because they are smarter than their pasture mate, just as most women are smarter than their husbands even though they think it, but would never admit it. I have found that mares are more sure footed and take better care of their rider on the trail than geldings do. They seem to watch where they are going and don't get as excited as geldings when they get into bad situations.

Who doesn't want a beautiful horse to ride?  Everyone will admit that, as a whole, mares are much prettier than geldings. I like a long neck, a small head, and little ears along with those famous walking horse gaits. The walking horse breed, as a whole, has been taken from a stub-necked, big-headed, work-horse-looking horse to a breed that can challenge American Saddlebreds in looks and beat them by far with their famous gaits.

If you will raise you a good mare, you will have a loving and useful companion for the rest of your life.

These yearlings belong to David and Holly McQuaig from Ok. Aren't they pretty?

My breeding stallion is The Buck Starts Here. He is a perlino Tennessee Walking Horse with a double agouti gene and that is a rare combination. Buck has no Pride of Midnight H.F. blood and is the perfect cross for Pride of Midnight-bred mares. With his old fashioned bloodlines and their proven walking ability and the beauty of the Pride line, his babies show a hybrid vigor both in gait and conformation.

******** 5 Buck Babies for sale.******
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BUCK'S TORNADO #pend. is a lovely buckskin Tennessee Walking Horse stud colt, by The Buck Starts Here, out of The Winning Run, a Ted Williams mare who was a flatshod show mare. He moves the right way and will make a great trail horse/flatshod show horse. He should stand 15 to 15.1 when grown. He is beautiful with outstanding conformation and a kind eye. Foaled April 15, 2017. Located in Sikeston, Missouri. Make him your own for $2500.
BUCK'S POWERSTROKE #21700745 - Beautiful perlino Tennessee Walking Horse colt born June 5th 2017. He is big and stout and very gaited. He is yet to be tested, but I do know that he is double agouti, double cream and has at least one big E. The paperwork came back today.  He is EE. CrCr, and AA.   Every mare he covers WILL produce a buckskin. The wonderful thing about his breeding is that it is all old blood. Not one bit of Pride blood in his whole pedigree. This should make him a magical cross on modern bred mares. He is destined for someone's breeding herd, maybe mine. He is by The Buck Starts Here and out of Precious Cream. He should stand 15.1 or more when grown and pass on his strong gait to his foals. He is one of a kind. Located in Missouri. Priced at $10,000.
BUCK'S CLASSIC MAN #21700785 is indeed a classic Tennessee Walking Horse colt. He is by The Buck Starts Here and out of a fine Ritz daughter, Ritz's Gypsy Rose YF.  He was born June 3, 2017 and came into this world walking. He does everything naturally. He will be 15 to 15.1 when he is grown and be a pleasure to ride in the ring or on the trails. Located in Missouri. He is cheap at $2500.
BUCK'S BINGO #21700743 - Very nice buckskin Tennessee Walking Horse stud colt, by The Buck Starts Here, out of Bingo's Skywatch. She has both JFK and Skywatch breeding so this foal has the best of bloodlines and conformation. When grown he will measure 15 hands and will be a wonderful trail horse. Bingo can travel and he goes with a nice ground-eating gait while he follows his mother in the pasture. If you like quality, you will love Bingo. Foaled 05/09/2017. Located in Missouri. Priced right at $2,500.
BUCK'S GOLD BUG #21700740 - Outstanding palomino colt by The Buck Starts Here and out of Check My Stats, a Ted Williams Mare.  As you can see from the second photo, he can walk naturally. This colt should be 15.1 hands at maturity and be outstanding on the trails or in the show ring. Born 05/01/2017. Located in Missouri. For sale at weaning for $2000.
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We offer live cover THE BUCK STARTS HERE~ Perlino Stallion.
The Buckskin producer of naturally gaited Tennessee Walking Horse foals.

See our explanation of the Agouti Gene.

We've added some new mares, also some excellent MARES For Sale!!

Breeder of Buckskin Tennessee Walking Horses
Jim Holmes
113 Cty Hwy 840
Sikeston, Missouri 63801
Cell 573-620-0784
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