The McCurdy Plantation Horse is a gaited breed of horse developed by the McCurdy family of Lowndes County in the late nineteenth century. “McCurdy Walkers” are typically gray with full manes and tails and known for being sturdy, smoothriding horses. Originally bred to serve as a hardy breed for plantation and ranch work. Today, these horses are popular with trail riders, people who show gaited horses, and working ranchers.


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Encyclopedia of Alabama