Generator's Magic Copper

Generator's Knight x Pusher's Mostly Magic 

"Copper" is the epitome of what one looks for in a Tennessee Walking Horse. He is a 4 year old, 15.2hh dark brown gelding splashed with The Pusher's signature markings - hind stockings and a wide blaze. With color, looks, pedigree, gait, and disposition, this is one horse you don't want to pass up when you're looking for your next trail buddy. 

Sired by the good padded show horse Generator's Knight, who is a son of Prides Generator, Copper has many of the industry's top bloodlines to brag on. His dam's lineage includes the phenomenal Pusher C.G. horse, Clayton's Pushing Gray, as well as WGC Sensational Shadow and Magic Bum. Add to these the traditional Pride of Midnight and Midnight Sun bloodlines, and you get a pedigree steeped in tried and true line crosses.

Impressed? So are we, but there's more. His pedigree isn't the only thing Copper has going for him. He is one of those rare, special horses who can perform a true running walk barefoot, complete with a high-stepping front end and huge head-nodding action. Copper is as smooth as silk, and when you're riding him there's no mistaking that you're on a real Walking Horse. If you like a horse that really shakes, this one might just be for you.

Of course, one of the most important things in any horse, and something Walkers are known world wide for excelling in, is having a great disposition. Copper is all Walking Horse in this category - he is like a big dog when it comes to people. He will follow you around without a lead rope, and comes up to you in the field without grain or treats. He'll stand quietly for as long as you'll stand there and keep him company, with his head lowered for you to scratch behind his ears or under his forelock. When you look into his big brown eyes, you can't help but fall in love with him.

Conformationally, Copper is nearly perfect. He has a compact, muscular build, with good length of bone, just like the old-timey Walkers who were bred to work on the plantations. Short back, sloping shoulders, rounded hindquarters, and well-set legs are all part of Copper's build.

So, if you are looking for your next trail buddy, Copper may just be the one for you. He has it all - gait, conformation, temperament, and pedigree; and, as he is just 4 years old, he is a horse you'll be able to get years and years of enjoyment out of.


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