DILLON PAINTS THE TOWN is a 15.2 hand, black tobiano stallion and the direct son of the late Marshall Dillon. He is very naturally gaited in keg shoes, very easy going, with an outstanding disposition.

Please email us for a breeding contract and details.

On Christmas Eve, 2004, I lost a high-headed fire breather of a stallion to a broken leg. He was awesome. I've laughingly said that Dillon was my rebound relationship, but I have come to realize what a great horse he is. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away, .and I think He gave me this horse for my old age.

We were fortunate enough to purchase Dillon Paints the Town KD in 2005. He is a black tobiano, and a direct son of the late, great Marshall Dillon.

We made the decision not to show him even though we feel he is definitely show quality. This decision may change in the future with the development of the NWHA and more sound horse shows in our area.

The late Marshall Dillon was considered one of the premier spotted Tennessee Walking horses, known to produce a true walking gait. Dillon Paints the Town has the gait, the conformation, the color and the disposition to carry on the Marshall Dillon legacy. He is one of the rare black tobianos out of his legendary sire.

Dillon was bred and raised by the man who owned Marshall Dillon for almost his whole life. Dillon Paints the Town was his personal riding horse and considered by him to be one of the finest that Marshall Dillon ever produced. He was bought directly from KD Stables and brought to Texas in 2005. He is the only black and white, direct son of Marshall Dillon standing at stud in Texas at this time.

Enjoyed and loved by his present owner, he has been trail ridden all over Texas and is a pleasure to ride wherever he goes. He has a wonderful walking gait in keg shoes, and a true rocking-chair canter. His pedigree contains the true foundation walking horses, who were known for their natural smooth gait, tracing back to Nell Overstreet herself, through Paint's Moon Man, and his sire, the unforgettable Paint The Town.