215 Henderson Road
Shelbyville, Tennessee 37160
David P Taylor Owner/Operator
931.639.3229 / 931.685.9785
Experienced Trail Horses For Sale
All of the horses offered for sale are owned by and reside at Evening Shade
Farm, Shelbyville Tennessee. I do not offer for sale consignment, horse sale or trade horses. If
I don't believe enough in a horse to invest
in him/her with my money, why should I expect you to believe enough in that
same horse to consider investing in him/her with your money to have as your
next companion and trail/pleasure partner? And I would not consider placing
any horse until I've lived with them long enough to know who they really are
and how they respond to all the many different aspects of their life. That's
not something anyone can know in just a few days or weeks, even though some
sellers will take your money for a horse before they've had them long enough
to need the farrier - sometimes before they've even seen them in person. These
are not horses that I just got in last week or month, from some horse
sale, or long distance by the trailer load from some "horse traders/
brokers" who told me how "trail worthy" they are supposed to be. Ask any
potential seller where and from whom their horses come as well as how long
they've owned and ridden them personally because you have a need, and a
to know. I know all of my horses well.
These are horses that I (David) personally checked out and tested
before choosing and purchasing them. On average, I look at 12-15 horses to
find the "one" that I will ultimately choose to bring home, spending most of
my "spare time" traveling all over meeting new people and horses in search of
those really special horse partners. With the rare exception, all of my
horses are registered "Tennessee Walking" or "Spotted Saddle" as
I have found
that year after year after year they are the best all around trail/pleasure
breeds to be found, bar none. Most of my horses for sale are born and
raised here, purchased as yearlings and raised here, and have lived with me
sometimes two years and more. Their mouth/teeth are done professionally, they
are up to date on vaccinations and wormed every other month, eat Purina Impact
feed and top quality
hay twice daily, are shod and ridden by me, and are a part of my daily life and
my family. As the pictures and videos will show, my gaited trail horses are never
ridden in "long shank bits", "gag type bits", "twisted wire bits", or any
other harsh style of "Walking Horse" bit and/or using lots of hold
with tight reins/curb. All of my gaited trail horses are
taught to work first in a plain "snaffle bit" with no curb strap/chain for a
very light touch. Only when they fully know and understand what is expected
are they finished off with a very mild "Argentine" style snaffle for that last
little bit of primping.
My horses have
normal feet with NO long toes or low heels, NO weighted or oversized shoes and
are shod to their natural conformation the same as any normal trail horse of
any breed should be.
Because every horse is a unique individual, my descriptions, videos, and
personal insights are original and specific to
that horse and not cookie cutter style with just the name changed or some
slight variation inserted here or there. Every horse is described as honestly
and accurately as possible. I can relate how a particular horse
behaves in my experiences because I know them all very well. I am the one that does the feeding, cleans their
stalls, and groom/shoe/ride them each personally. These
all important hours with them are not entrusted to anyone else. I will
never tell you that any horse I offer is "BOMBPROOF" or resort
to "trader gimmicks/ tricks" but can tell you
that my horses are ridden and tested regularly by me, not
some hired "cowboy/girl", in actual real world trail riding situations and they
have proven themselves to be as solid and steady as any living/breathing
horses could be. Because I start out with innately calm/laid back NON-SPOOKY
horses, they don't have to be "trained" not to spook or scare, so I spend
my time riding
and having fun teaching new trail skills. I will not embellish with bogus terms or
just to get someone to unwittingly place their safety and trust in a
particular horse. You are welcome to come here and test ride
any horse you like, pictures and videos are available for viewing,
pre-purchase exams before a horse leaves our farm by any vet of your choice
(at buyers expense) are welcome, and references
from previous buyers will gladly be furnished. Just like you, I want the
fit/relationship between horse and human to be a total success so I'll have
numerous questions for you just as you will for me. Each of my gaited trail
horses has their dental records, shoeing records, AVID microchip
registration, a current Coggins test, and are furnished with a brand new
health certificate for traveling. Horses are livestock and there are inherent
risks involved with any horse you purchase. If you are not prepared to accept
those risks, please do not consider a horse from me. No warranties or
guarantees are expressed or implied. Thank you for visiting my site.
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As the videos will show, my horses are without any doubt trail ridden in the real world of hills, water, logs
dogs, etc. I feel that it's very important to actually ride and use these horses on real trails and I show you
with videos which are taken by me (David ) out on real trail rides. I don't stand on or crawl under
my horses (I could), but I do extensively expose them to real trail challenges which is what truly matters.
I almost always take the trail videos from horseback while either sitting on and/or riding down the trail. The
views will sometimes be a little shaky even though I am most often riding hands-free guiding with my legs so
that I can use both hands to "stabilize" the camera. Maybe someday I'll get some high tech hat-camera...Ha
Every one of my horses is grain fed twice daily for as long as they live here to promote optimum health/fitness &
so they will feel/look their very best. They will look just like their pictures if you come here to see/meet them in
person and most likely will be even FATTER. In 40 plus years spent around hundreds of horses, I've never met
an under fed/under nourished horse that wasn't "kid/ beginner/ husband broke" because they just don't feel good.
Years ago I asked a knowledgeable horseman "What's your favorite kind of horse?" The immediate answer... FAT!
I've never forgotten that conversation and I couldn't agree with any statement any more whole-heartedly.
Once you've ever had the opportunity to ride and own a great young horse that's got a clean slate, no bad habits,
and no old "baggage" from previous owners/riders, you'll never want the "typical older" horse again. The really
great older horses you see aren't great because of age but rather because they were really great younger horses...
At the end of the day, I believe that all any of us really want is a reliable horse that is easy/simple to ride because
trail riding is supposed to be fun/relaxing and not another job. We already have one of those so we can pay for this.
Each one of my horses carries an AVID Microchip for their protection and safety. These are implanted by my
personal vet (invisible/painless/permanent/tamper-resistant), can be registered nationally and traceable, forever.
This provides a foolproof way to protect your next horse and undeniably proves the exact identity of each horse...
Each one of my horses available for sale is officially registered with papers from the Tennessee Walking Horse
Breeders and Exhibitors Association and/or the Spotted Saddle Horse Breeders and Exhibitors Association.
I have those official registration papers and signed transfers in hand for each and every horse I offer.
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"Collector's Kentucky Wildman"
is truly an interpersonal relationship between horse and human
and by my reckoning, the most important part of horse ownership. It will be at it's
very best, the sum total of what you are willing to invest in time and effort which
will in large part, determine what your horse/partner is willing to give back. It's a
mutual participation activity so if you want to just saddle up and expect the horse
to do it all, including baby sit while you just hang on, do both of you a gigantic
favor by getting a big shiny ATV to ride. You'll both go to sleep much happier &
much less frustrated, and yes, they get just as frustrated with us as we do them.
Assuming you start with the right kind of horse, there are really only two main
things you must do to have/keep the horse of your dreams. First, have a very clear
picture in your mind of exactly who/what that horse is. Second, EVERY THING
you do with that horse should be working to that end. Your horse MUST always
believe any/every thing he/she does is in fact 100% YOUR idea--even if it wasn't!
These two simple concepts will help you develop a loving/lasting/winning/and
respecting relationship for ALL. It just does not get any better than that, period.
Your future is looking mighty bright..."Watch the Future" will surely make your trail
riding days have a promising future. If you like one to be pretty, sweet, stout, and
capable then this is most likely your huckleberry. This boy was raised up and ridden
by my best friend/brother's son and he's had one incredible life up until this point
and you can believe that I fully intend to make sure the rest is just as awsome when
I place him. He's a just about perfect 10y/o, 15.1h trail ride deluxe when it comes to
horse partners and the very best is yet to come. When I was finally able to get him
purchased and brought him home to Evening Shade Farm, he had not been saddled
or ridden in the last two years because his people just got busy with life and getting
settled in with a baby on the way. After bringing him home and having Dr Baker out
to take care of his dental work, I saddled him up and climbed aboard only to confirm
what I already knew, which was that he would ride off like he could have been being
ridden all along the way. Out on the trail he is the consumate professional, taking on
any and every challenge with ease and confidence. He'll gladly walk all day long
on a loose rein or step up into an absolutely fabulous gait that is so simple and easy
to ride. It won't matter if you ride out alone or in a group and he doesn't care if he's
in the front, middle, back, or if you ride off from the group for a nature break or for
whatevere reason. I almost never, and I stress never, get the opportuniy to locate and
offer an incredible 10y/o horse because very rarely does anyone turn loose of one
unless they are no longer riding. I am so thankful I have this chance to do just that.
Here is your chance to predit your own Future... $8900
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And the Eyes have it... "Mickey Blue Eyes " is anything but a "wiseguy" even
though he is one tough cookie. He's a 8y/o smooth riding trail guy with a heart as big
as Texas and a disposition sweeter than Halloween candy. At a very sharp made 15.1h,
he is plenty of horse for most sized riders and he doesn't mind working all day long and
into the night, if need be. But don't think that means he is not equally happy to walk
down slowly on a loose rein with all the folks that just want to ease along the trail, even
those quarter horse people who still haven't learned that trotting is a drag. Mickey has
ridden some of Tennessee's toughest trails and never batted one of those beautiful Blue
eyes at the hard work and tackled it all with confidence and precision. His gait is a true
4 beat saddle horse gait that rides like glass and he carries himself so proudly that most
anyone who sees him pass will comment on his stylish way of going. I love riding him
for many reasons that include his technical prowess on the trail, wonderful manners on
the ground and under saddle, his high headed way of holding himself, and yet he is so
easy in the mouth he'll ride as well in an "offset D snaffle" with no curb as he does in
the usual "Argentine snaffle" in which I ride all of my guys. This boy is one of those
that really is the "total package" from looks to gait to disposition to ability and back
again. He is a breeze to handle doing anything you might have on the schedule for the
day and your farrier will absolutely love him, and you. Mickey is going to put a giant
smile on the face of whoever chooses him as their next trail/pleasure/life partner and
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It's a Black Tie affair... " Tennessee Tuxedo" makes every trail ride seem like the time
of your life and it ain't just the tuxedo that's doing it. I have raised this boy up from a
yearling and it has certainly been worth the wait for him to bloom. Tux is now a 4y/o
and at 14.3h, he's a great size for that rider who likes a horse that is easy to mount from
the ground without a step, log, etc. All of my horses are laid back in disposition but this
boy is really laid back which would make him great for that novice or timid rider that
isn't looking for a horse that wants to get up and go. He's not a dead head but he is
totally content to walk all day everywhere you might go. Nothing so far has ever made
him uneasy and no matter what has come along he acts as though he's seen it or been
around it before. Tux loves a bath, loads/unloads with ease, stands stock still to mount
and dismount, is simple to clip/shoe/groom or just about anything else you might dream
up to do with him. Traffic, dogs, debris, etc. have always been non-issues with him and
so I have been able to ride along and enjoy "whatever" while in the saddle. I seem to
say over and over how great this young horse or that young horse is, but it really isn't
magic or bragging on myself because the truly rock solid horses are born, not made. He
may be one of the most steady minded horses of any age that I have ever had to offer.
And I search very diligently to locate that type horse and through the years have gotten
even more selective when choosing my horses to be offered. This boy is no exception
and I am glad he's here. Why just rent a Tux when you can own one... $5900
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ps...Tux's price will increase mid July
All the ladies love him..." Cassanova Slim Pickens" is another example of just
why I go back to certain bloodlines over and over again. He's the brother to both
Freckles and Pretty Boy who are two of the best I've ever raised up and both of
the ladies that made them their partners would not take a million bucks for them.
Slim is coming 5y/o, 15.3h who's maturing into one great trail riding professional
taking on the toughest challenges we've come up against like it was child's play.
I once rode him out of the woods and onto a side road where there was an old farm
equipment "graveyard" which included about any type wierd implement you can
imagine. We went right down into the middle of it all and picked our way around
the maze of junk, and the ocassional 10 y/o round hay bale, and he never gave any
of it a second thought. He's got a very beautiful way of going and this super sweet
disposition to match making him one fantastic partner. All of the everyday stuff
is simple and easy to do with him and, of course, loading/unloading/baths/shoeing
etc are all done with ease. I'll have to say that Slim keeps one of the neatest stalls
of any horse ever and, believe it or not, he can stay out in the pasture for a few days
and still look clean in spite of all that beautiful white. As good as he is today, he'll
be incredible like his brothers as he ages and matures physically making him some
kind of fun. His gait is very nice and it gets better and better every time we go out
and put in some miles. He'll stand stock still to mount, walk off on a loose rein, or
get busy and move on out if that's your pleasure. This Cassanova aims to please so
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Get you some Boo... "The Bronze Booyah" is one very special guy to me and as the
name Booyah implies, he brings some very special joy to his person and their life.
Boo is a one of a kind horse who will make that very special horseperson the best
of partners and companions. His story is very unique for me as he was purchased as
a 2.5y/o colt who had literally never been touched or handled since birth. He'd also
never been registered at that time so until I did his paperwork and DNA to get him
officially registered with the Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders Assocoation I never
knew what his bloodlines were. And since I am very funny about what bloodlines
I choose that was unusual for me. But he, and a Golden brother, seemed to need me
so they were purchased and the adventure began. I utilized principles from all of
the clinicians out there in order to bring these boys to a point where I could begin
saddle work and riding. The reward has been well worth the effort and Booyah has
become quite a special horse. He has a wonderful heart & disposition to compliment
his beautiful looks. He is an awesome trail and woods horse and has excellent trail
skills taking on even the most difficult challenges carefully. He walks up the steepest
terrain one step at a time never rushing and keeping his footing solid & steady. His
slow walk is very comfortable to ride and his trail gait is very nice to ride. Boo
is the kind of horse that needs someone who is looking to really love him because he
thrives on that interaction. He has always given 100% and done his best to learn each
and every lesson presented and he has passed every class easily. He stands a stoutly
built 14.2h and at coming 8y/o he is probably near the optimum size he'll ever be.
Just like all of my horses, he will stand perfectly still for mounting and wait until he
has been asked to move (after he flexes both ways) before taking a step. Even after
an extended layoff he has always gone back to work like he didn't miss a day but he
enjoys regular interaction with his person, even if you don't ride. Of course he does
all the routine stuff like a champ so it's always fun to spend the day with him doing
whatever you choose from trailering out for a nice ride or giving him a bath so that
beautiful color shines. He really thrives on attention and being loved on so the more
time you spend with him the more you'll love being with him. While gold is always
nice to have, some Bronze Booyah is so much better... $5900
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An Awesome Design... "Beaucoup's Crimson Design" was raised and went to school
right here at Evening Shade Farm. He's a brother to my personal horse, LS, and many
others by the same sire & they always turn out to be some of the best of the best. Ranger
is certainly no exception as he has every characteristic looked for in a great horse/trail
partner. His gait is absolutely fantastic from the first step to the the last and comfortable
at every speed from just moving to really gaiting on down the trail. He's a 5y/o, big 15.3h
boy that has beautiful confomation as well as the sweet disposition we all want in a trail
partner. It doesn't matter if I take him out around the road or load up in the trailer & go
out to one of my several favorite day riding places, I always have a super ride and enjoy
the time we spend together. Ranger is a really good housekeeper in his stall and always
blends right in with whatever group is out in the pasture. His mind is rock solid & steady
so he seems to be right at home wherever we ride and traffic, dogs, flying paper, etc have
never bothered him one bit. Out on the trail he's surefooted and confident making every
trail ride a complete blast. I have found through the years that the great minded horses
don't waste our time trying to get them over every new thing that pops up so we get to
spend our riding time doing just that; riding. I truly wish that I could find 20 more just
like him but they are truly very few and far between and I will enjoy every day of riding
Ranger until that perfect human partner comes along, which I suspect won't be long.
This is one Design I would surely love to clone over and over... $8900
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Somebody call a Doctor... "Dr. Topper" can cure all your trail riding ills with his super
personality and winning ways. One of my good friends even took her 4y/o daughter on
a short trail ride with her sitting in the front of the saddle. He's a handsomely built
14.2h with that beautiful mocha color making him really stand out in any crowd, and
he's a really great size for easy mounting/dismounting. Topper has a really nice gait
that just keeps improving and his calm easy "anything goes" disposition will leave you
thinking he'd be 13y/o. His mind is super solid which makes riding in most any setting
a breeze because he seems like everywhere you go, he's been there before. He's a solid
3y/o and as good as he quite naturally is already, it's just going to keep getting better
as he continues to age/grow. His price will evolve with his progress so you really don't
want to wait too long to decide on making him your next trail partner. I can't say why,
but it is getting more and more difficult to find the really great horses out there so when
I have one like Topper it just makes me smile. And it makes my job so easy because with
proper schooling and direction this type young horse just gets better and better. Topper
is an excellent housekeeper when up in a stall and he's blends right in to any pasture mix
of horses so he's always easy to manage. And you won't go very far to find him because
he meets you at the gate when he sees you. Of course he does all the routne stuff just like
every nice horse partner should do so bathing, clipping, loading/unloading, etc are never
a problem and your farrier should love him. All in all, this is simply one of those young
horses that make the great aged horses we all admire. You can look and look but it is
doubtful that you will ever Top this one... $6500
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ps... Topper's price will increase mid July
When only the best will do... "Walkin' in Platinum" living at your house and
being your trail partner might just put a bigger smile on your face than a trip to the
finest Jewelery Store. He's a beautiful Palomino and White 3y/o who is fast becoming
one of the nicest trail horses to be found. Once he sheds out, that beautiful color will
really stand out and he'll be turning heads everywhere he's ridden. KK has a great
gait at any speed and while he's always happy to walk down the trail, he's equally
happy to gait whenever asked. His disposition is wonderful and he has a rock solid
mind. He remains calm, cool headed, and steady in any type riding environment so
it's always a simple pleasure to saddle him up and ride. At 15.3h and a little more to
grow, KK is a great size and can carry most anyone with ease. I always hear from
folks wanting a great 8-10 y/o horse because they have been conditioned to believe
that age makes horses great. It does not. The really great aged horses were really
great young horses, just like KK, who haven't been messed up by someone in their
life, however well meaning, that just did the wrong stuff. I would gladly take a dozen
more just like this one but they are getting harder and harder to find. He does all
the routine daily stuff like a gentleman and while he's not the best housekeeper in
his stall, he ain't the worst either. Loading, unloading, standing to mount, walking
off on a loose rein, and all the other things looked for in a great partner are all
standard equipment on my horses and KK is no exception. Nothing is much better
than getting to grow with a great young horse. Why not just go ahead and treat
yourself to one of the finer things in life...Put some Platinum in your trailer...
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I will be getting some new pictures of him as he sheds. He's got about 50% gold.
Having the wonderful opportunity to breed, raise, and train many horses through
the years, you begin to think about lots of different aspects of the horses' lives we
share. I always am so amazed at how the siblings seem drawn to each other even
when they are from different years and foal crops. I really do wonder if they feel
some familial connection like you hear about among sisters and brothers who get
separated at birth or early age. I absolutely love raising up and training my own
horses and having the chance to make them special so then they eventually become
someone's very own, with no bad habits or "baggage" carried forward from some
less than ideal life/home. Then that new owner gets the pleasure and opportunity
to make that horse "theirs" and ride one that is truly unique/custom just to them.
It's just really hard to imagine how it could be any better than owning, riding, &
growing with a great minded young horse that hasn't "been around the block".
I have several horses available who
are not yet posted because the
time/schedule has not cooperated for taking pictures/videos. Feel free
to call for more info and I will be posting pictures/videos asap...
Several more horses always in the works including a very rare True Blue
Roan/White Tobiano with perfect markings and an incredible disposition...
Two absolutely gorgeous fillies with exotic markings. One is Black/White
and the other is a beautiful shade of Bay/White. Both are 3y/o, 14.3-15h.
Every time we ride, our horses are either learning or unlearning something
from us. The decision is ours to make and we're conciously/subconciously
making it every minute we get to spend with them. Think about it.
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Evening Shade Farm
215 Henderson Road
Shelbyville, TN 37160
All of my Tennessee Walking Horses for
sale and Spotted Saddle Horses for sale are ridden alone and in groups, on country roads and trails,
around cars, trucks, tractors, ATV's, eighteen wheel Tyson Chicken trucks, etc.
and are exposed to as many different obstacles as possible. My trail rides
consist of uphill and downhill, creeks and water, rocky and muddy, and sometimes
roadside riding, so that the gaited horses for sale will be versatile and experienced
on trails. My gaited trail horses are never ridden in "long shank bits", "gag
type bits", "twisted wire bits", or any other harsh style of "Walking Horse"
bit. Each of my gaited trail horses is taught to work first in a plain "snaffle
bit" with no curb strap/chain for a very light touch. Only when they fully know
and understand what is expected are they finished off with a very mild "Argentine" style bit for that last little bit of primping.
My horses have
normal feet with NO long toes or low heels, NO weighted or oversized shoes and
are shod to their natural conformation the same as any normal trail horse of
any breed should be. I represent any Tennessee Walking Horse for sale or Spotted Saddle
Horse for sale as honestly and accurately as possible.
Potential buyers have the option, and are welcome, to come and test ride any
gaited trail horse and have a pre-purchase exam
before horses leave Evening Shade Farm.
I am not a professional horse trader or broker and do not sell horses for my living. I work with the School System. Consequently, the selection of gaited trail horses for sale that you will find on my site will be limited to only the caliber horse that I would personally keep forever because my goal is to offer high quality gaited trail horses, not quantity. While many of the trail horses for sale are raised and started right here at Evening Shade Farm, I also search out quality gaited trail horses. These are not horse sale, trader, or consignment horses but carefully selected and purchased by me from individual owners, and the truly good ones are few and far between. I look at many different aspects of each gaited trail horse I consider, and ultimately the decision comes down to one all important question; "Would I purchase this gaited trail horse for my own personal companion?". If the answer is yes, that Tennessee Walking horse is the one you will see on my Horses for Sale page available for your consideration. Please feel free to contact me at any time with any questions you may have using the address, phone number, and/or e-mail link above. I really look forward to hearing from you.....
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