In business since 1964
Buckskin Tennessee Walking Horses
 
   
  Breeders of Buckskin, Palomino, Perlino, and Cremello Tennessee Walking Horses.  
 
Holmes Farm Buckskins
 
 
  ********13 brand new babies!  check 'em out!!!******  
 
 

New horses listed for SALE...

 
 
  Buck's Khaleesi and Generator's Mind Bender  
 

If you are looking for quality BUCKSKIN COLTS, I have some of the best mares in the walking horse industry. Some of my top bloodlines are Ritz, Jose', and Pride's Beam among many others.

 
 

Holmes Farm Walkers is dedicated to breeding registered Tennessee Walking Horses with an emphasis on cream dilutes (palominos, buckskins, and cremellos).  We have a wide variety of colored foals for sale each year and occasionally offer older horses for sale as well.

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The Buck Starts Here !!!! ©Bansidhe Graphics

Our stallion, The Buck Starts Here, is EVA-free and EVA-Negative (Vaccinated)  Note: Equine Viral Arteritis is a contagious disease that only studs can carry and which causes abortion. It's serious and there is no cure.  Look HERE for information on other contagious horse diseases, including Contagious Equine Metritis (C.E.M.)
We offer live cover to The Buck Starts Here, a perlino Tennessee Walking Horse stallion. Buckskin producer of naturally gaited Tennessee Walking Horse foals for sale.
 

Coach's Cheerleader won the 4 year old Rider's Cup class, May 8th, at the Strawberry Festival in Humboldt, Tn.

*** Coach's Cheerleader just became the 2015 Four-year-old World Champion Mare. !!!!***
 
 
We had a wonderful year and finished it off with a World Championship and
a Reserve World Championship. At the Trainers Banquet last Saturday night,
Coach's Cheerleader was elected 4 year old mare of the year. Thanks go to Michael Wright and Company for working so hard on Coach's Cheerleader to make her the champion that she is.
 
   
Coach's Cheerleader won the three year old mare and gelding class
at Tunica Fall Classic, 2014.
   
   
   
 
Article By Elsie Darrah of Last Chance Farm explaining the Agouti Gene.
 
 

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Horse sense:
Local breeder's horses attract fans in show ring, on the trail

Monday, November 2, 2015
 
 
Jim Holmes feeds one of his mares some corn. Holmes' mares are bred to his stallion, The Buck Starts Here,  to produce buckskin Tennessee Walking Horses.
(Jill Bock, Staff)

SIKESTON - For some people, Jim Holmes is best known for his buckskin trail horses. Others hear Holmes' name and think of his world champion high-strutting mare.

Holmes, owner of Holmes Farm Walkers, is just as much at home at the show ring as he is looking over the wooden fences into the fields where his mares graze.

It is all about horses - Tennessee Walking Horses.

"In walking horse circles if you mention my name and Sikeston, Missouri, people know who I am," Holmes said with a hint of pride.

Currently, Holmes' horse, Coach's Cheerleader is making news among show horse enthusiasts. Most recently, the mare was named a World Champion 4-year-old.

Holmes said he really wasn't looking for a show horse. He had purchased a new mare for his farm and the mare was in foal, bred to a World Grand Champion, The Coach.  After the filly was born the next spring, Holmes noted she moved well in the field and decided to take a chance and send her to trainers in Tennessee.

It wasn't long before the trainers announced the filly could do "the big lick," the high-stepping gait featured by performance Tennessee Walking Horses.

"About one out of 1,000 can do that," Holmes said. "Probably one in 10,000 becomes a world champion. . . It is like raising race horses. You breed the best to the best but they don't all win races."

For the full story, see Monday's Standard Democrat.



 
This is a son of The Buck Starts Here, called Buck's Extra Special.
He belongs to David McQuaig and Holly Johnson of Oklahoma. The trainer is
Sid Zacharias.
S'more Bucks of Cash

Just a note to update you on S'more Bucks of Cash out of Extra's Katie Cash. We took him to 2 horse shows this summer in yearling halter classes. He is very well behaved and of course beautiful. We have done lots of ground work with him and am looking forward to start riding him this spring.

If you're someone who wants to do more than just ride your horse, you need one sired by The Buck Starts Here. This is Bucks Big Star, showing off just how GOOD a horse can be. Bred by Holmes Farm Walkers and sold to Horse Perfection.
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Breeder of Buckskin Tennessee Walking Horses
Jim Holmes
113 Cty Hwy 840
Sikeston, Missouri 63801
Cell 573-620-0784
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