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Merry Legs F-4




Merry Legs F-4

     “Those who knew Merry Leg’s F-4 during her heyday, recall unmatched action in the show ring that enhanced her prowess as a versatile performer.  Then, the fact that her offspring have given the breed masterpieces of perfection adds to her glory as a brood matron of unlimited quality.”  Quote by Jimmy Joe Murray-a close student of the Walking Horse.

     Merry Legs was a bay mare with four stockings.  She was foaled in April, 1911, out of Nell Dement F-3 with Allan F-1 as her sire.  She was a big mare-about 15 ½ hands, weighing 1,200 pounds.

     “Merry Leg’s F-4 was a straight-going mare with no amble whatsoever.  She had lots of head motion, a good long neck, perfect ears and large eyes.  Her canter was perfect, and her flatfoot walk and running walk were truly as great as any ever displayed by Tennessee Walking Horses.  Anybody could ride her, because she had perfect manners, and was a gentle as could be.”

     “Merry Legs F-4 was without doubt the greatest show mare I’ve ever seen,” asserted Davis in 1946.

 

All quotes and information taken from the book “Biography of the Tennessee Walking Horse” by Ben A. Green. Revised Edition.  Original Copyright, 1960.

 




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