All Schleich figures are lovingly hand-painted with step-by-step modelling and allow kiddies to learn because they play. If you look at a Tennessee Walker from the side, its legs usually do not stay directly on the ground, but is slanted. This is especially noticeable on the hind legs. The place of their feet allows it to master certain gaits - flat walk, running walk and canter. Most Tennessee Walker horses have tail so long it touches the ground.
- The new farm horses have arrived
- Tennessee Walker Gelding legs do not stand straight on the ground, but are slanted.