Our Walking Horses:

Little Miss Danger or "Faith"   Dan's saucy, 1999 Tennessee Walking Horse Mare, sired by WGC Gen's Armed and Dangerous.  Faith is now having the time of her life with her new owner in Oregon.  

 

 

 

Lucky Diamond Steppinwolf or "Wolf"  Mary Ann's 2000, double registered Tennessee Walking Horse/Spotted Saddle Horse stallion, now a gelding.  While a stallion, he was so well behaved that nobody even knew. Wolf passed his fun, curious temperament on to Panda, his 2007 filly.  Wolf now lives on a fabulous farm in Tumwater.

 

 

Lucky Diamond Pandemonium or "Panda"  Dixie's 2007 filly sired by Wolf.  She is a homozygous registered Tennessee Walking Horse/ Spotted Saddle Horse and is now at Rolling Maples in Port Orchard.  Check out her antics on Kim Levinson's Facebook pages.

 

 

 

 

 

Diamond's Golden Dreams, Dan's 2002 palomino mare.  She is happily sharing the trails with her new owner in Oregon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shock of Your Life TR or "Dixie" was the love of Mary Ann's life for 8 years.  The triple registered (Tennessee Walking Horse/Spotted Saddle Horse/Pinto) is now proudly owned by Duke Shewell of Puyallup.

  

 

 

 

 

Threat's Sterling or "Boss" is a grand old man, born in 1984 and still going strong.  He has introduced many riders to the smooth gaits of the Tennessee Walking Horse, and thoroughly enjoys the show ring.  He and Mary Ann won the "Silver Foxes" class at the 2008 Evergreen Classic Gaited Horse Show!

 

 

 

 

Cascade Clipper was Dan's 1990 black Tennessee Walking Horse gelding.  He is now back with  his former owners, Mark Thompson and Wendy Davis-Thompson.  Clipper is truly a "jack of all trades:"   He's been to Washington State Finals in both Junior Rodeo and 4-H Gaming, has been used for roping cattle and even carried the 2006 Kitsap Stampede & Rodeo Queen for her performances in the Thunderbird Arena.