BUYER BEWARE: I purchased a horse from B&R Flatshod Stables, Shelbyville, TN, Mrs. Tammy Burruss and Danny Reed, that was advertised as registered. I was given a piece of paper that was "supposed" to be a "registration" from "Tennessee Pleasure Saddle Horse Association". On this piece of paper was: 1) The name of my horse, which was the same name as his sire - cannot be the same name. 2: The great grandsire and dams names are wrong. This can be verified by going to TWHBEA, where you can see the correct sire and dam of Dr. Elmer. 3: The dam "Stormy River" did not have a foal on June 12, 2006. Her 2006 foal was born on April 29, 2006. I talked to the owner of this foal, and verified they are not the same foal. 4: I was told this horse was registered with TPSHA because one of parents was not DNA typed. Both the listed sire and dam on this paper were DNA typed, and are registered with TWHEBA. The dam listed on this paper was not bred to Elmer's High Hopes. These things can be verified by going to the Tennessee Walking Horse Exhibitors and Breeders Association. 5: The correct previous owner of my horse is Jerry Simpson of Big Rock, TN, not Jerry Simmons of Nashville, TN. I talked to him, and he did not raise my horse as I was told by Mrs. Burruss. He bought him from another man who bought him when he was two years old, and had just lead his 8 year old grandson around on him. Mr. Simpson told me he bought my horse with no papers, and sold him to B&R with no papers. Mr. Simpson rode him some, but not "all over TN", as was written in the sales ad for my horse. He spooks at dogs running up to him, even reared up with me when a dog ran after us. He's basically a no good horse, not ridden much, as she claimed. 6: On B&R Stable website they advertise that their horses are 100% sound, and they are wormed, teeth floated, feet done, etc. My horse arrived 100+ lbs underweight, covered in ticks and rain rot - scabs all over him. (Even though I know in TN ticks are a big problem and get on a horse in just one trip out on the trail. OK, but clean him up before shipping him to his new owner for crying out loud!) He arrived with a cough, that I am still trying to get healed (I now know he has heaves!). His feet were very long and needed trimmed. Is this what "sound" is? I asked for his vet records before he was shipped, Mrs. Burruss stated that would be sent with him. The paper that arrived had nothing written on it. 7: I asked several times for the sire and dam names of my horse, and each time was given some sort of excuse as to why she couldn't give it to me. I didn't care if he was registered, I just wanted to know who he is. Mrs. Burruss would not tell me who she bought him from so I could ask that person about his history. A photo of the "paper" - is posted - you can see all the discrepancies & decide for yourself. It looks to me as though the whole story was made up in order to get more money for my horse. Isn't it easier just to tell the truth - then you don't have to try to remember what you said - so you can cover yourself. The truth will always win out. So BUYER BEWARE of this woman/stable - I would never recommend anyone to this place.