Tennessee Walking Horse Stallion


The Coach The Skywatch Pride's Generator Pride Of Midnight H.F.
H.F. Spirit's Nell
Lady Fame Pride's Delight K.
Fame's Mack K-G.F.
Queen Of Motown Motown Magic Go Boy's Black Fury
Sundust Little Miss
Queen Of Trumps Pride's Gold Coin
Senator's Queen Bee
Reality Pusher All Color The Pusher C.G. Drug Dealer
Go Boy's Blue Gal M.
Ebony March Glory Ebony Masterpiece
Spirit's March Glory
The Motown Express Motown Magic Go Boy's Black Fury
Sundust Little Miss
The Wicked Sister Pride Of Midnight H.F.
H.F. Spirit's Nell


Owner: Zack Gipson

2023 Stud Fee: $1000

DOB: 4/29/2012

TWHBEA Number 21201692
Markings NONE
Height 16.0 hands

Historical Pedigree     Video     Champion Progeny

2021 World Champion Stallions (Canter)
2020 Reserve World Grand Champion Amateur Specialty
2020 Reserve World Champion Amateur Stallion 
2019 Reserve World Grand Champion Open Specialty
2019 World Champion Specialty Stallion
 2016 Reserve World Champion O/A Four-Year-Old Stallion
2015 World Grand Champion Three-Year-Old
2015 Reserve World Champion Three-Year-Old Stallion

Sugar Creek welcomes Really Coach to our stallion line-up. As you see from our line-up of stallions, we love to add the greatest sons of the legendary stallions we have stood in the past. We stood his sire The Coach later in his career and he had a huge impact on our breed until his untimely loss. We feel Really Coach can have the same impact.

Sired by 2010 World Grand Champion The Coach and out of the show horse producer Reality. Reality is a daughter of many times World Grand Champion Pusher All Color and out of the mare The Motown Express. Really Coach’s dam, Reality, has a famous Full Brother in the colorful Show Horse and World Champion Really. Where does Really Coach get his name? He is the namesake of his sire and famous uncle shown below.

2010 World Grand Champion The Coach is the sire of WGC Really Coach.


World Champion Really is the FULL BROTHER to the dam of Really Coach.

In addition, Really Coach’s 3rd dam is The Wicked Sister who is the sister to the legendary 3-time divisional World Grand Champion and the greatest sire of his generation Prides Generator. (Pictured below)

Really Coach’s pedigree is very limited on the Pride Of Midnight H.F. influence which will make him a great outcross for mares with a heavy Pride Of Midnight lineage.

Bred and raised by Fred Allred of Jamestown, Tennessee Really Coach began his show career under the direction of Scott Beatty and Todd Claborn. Todd Claborn rode Really Coach to the 2015 Three-Year-Old World Grand Championship.

Really Coach shown here winning the 2015 Three-Year-Old World Grand Championship.

It was then he caught the eye of noted great horse owner Floyd Sherman of Backward S Farm for a new show horse for his daughter Kelly. A who’s who of the greatest show horses ever have the ownership by Floyd Sherman as their common denominator. Through his 4- and 5-year-old years under the Backward S banner Kelly and Really Coach had great success at every major showcase. During his 6-year-old year he was purchased by Dearmond & Russell and soon after by Russell & Missildine, Really Coach was placed at Finish Line Farms under the direction of Rodney Dick. Under the Finish Line banner Really Coach went on to win 2 World Championships and 2 Reserve World Grand Championships.

Under the Finish Line Farms banner Really Coach has won 2 World Championships and 2 Reserve World Grand Championships. With the latest becoming the 2021 World Champion Stallion (Canter).

Really Coach has been a notable “Big Stake” contender in recent years. In 2022 He was purchased by Zack Gipson and put under the direction of Jamie Lawrence with intentions to add to his already World Grand Champion resume.

Really Coach and Jamie Lawrence shown here as a team in an early outing winning the prestigious Fayetteville Blue Ribbon Horse Show Championship Stake.

A “true type” walking horse with an older bloodline pedigree, we feel Really Coach can produce the colts with the bone, gait and great attitude of our traditional favorite Tennessee Walking Horses.

A stallion pose of Really Coach taken by PJ Wamble.

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