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PostSubject: Re: History Of The Tennessee Walking Horse   History Of The Tennessee Walking Horse - Page 7 EmptyThu Mar 10, 2011 1:32 pm

I agee with you MIB and it's a shame...I sure don't know all you do about the history but I do know it's rapidly slipping away...so sad.
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Here's an excerpt from a book written in 1904 by Hamilton Busbey called " The Trotting and the Pacing Horse in America". This excerpt discusses "Star Pointer" one of the most famous horses to ever come out of Middle Tennessee and touches on some of the roots of the Walking Horse as related to the Standardbred in that area.

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Cant find any info on TOM HAL going back to Justin Morgan, but in the research on my last champagne horse Champagne Flashdance , i found ALLAN F 1 to MAGGIE MARSHALL to BRADFORDS TELEGRAPH to BLACK HAWK to SHERMAN MORGAN to JUSTIN MORGAN.
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Never heard of Crimsondale stables wonder if the barn is still standing?
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I don't recall this stable either, or the folks connected with it. That was a mighty impressive facility for those days.
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Like a Star @ heaven The date on the above ad is 1945.
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About 1913 in Noah, Tennessee. Thomas David Ferrell and his uncle, George Watson Wiser
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Just got this in from Thirdworkout. This is Triple Threat's grave marker at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky.
I am assuming he was buried at the MSU Farm (?) Thanks to Joe Fraley and his wife for providing the photo. thumbs up

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Brantley family grist mill on the Noah Fork, Noah, Tennessee, 1903
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Old Postcard reads:

Oakwood Acres Stables
Fayetteville, Tennessee
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Hidden Valley Farm, Williamson County, Tennessee, 1954
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Flowering Gold & Truman Ward, 1940
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The Old Stone Bridge at Fayetteville

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You may wonder why I'm posting these photos of an old bridge on a TWH history thread. I'm doing so because of the bridge's strategic location in the middle of Walking Horse country and also because if you use a little imagination, you may be able to envision the many early walking horses and their war horse forefathers crossing this bridge in the early morning light.

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The bridge was built in 1861 at a length of 450 feet over the Elk River. It was reportedly saved from destruction in the Civil War because of it's beauty.

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Unfortunately, the bridge was lost in 1969 due to flooding.

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As a memorial, a new smaller replica of the bridge was built in 2002 in the Stone Bridge Memorial Park near the site of the old bridge. Some of the original stones from the old bridge were used in the replica.

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Rutherford County, Tennessee Country Store, 1924-1928
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The grave of Walking Horse Breeder and Whiskey maker Lem Motlow in the Lynchburg Cemetery
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1942 Newspaper Clipping

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Famous Minister and TWH Owner & Judge; N.B. Hardeman.
Hardeman owned Maid of Cotton (pictured above)
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S.W. Beech Sr. on an early Tennessee Walking Horse
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