Equine Obituary- I’m Jacked Up Too

Aug 2nd, 2021 | By | Category: News, Obituaries

I’m Jacked Up Too was born October 1, 2011 in Petersburg, Tennessee. A homegrown baby out of WGC Im All Jacked Up and WGC Miss Teen USA, this gorgeous homozygous stallion caught the eye of Chris Zahnd and Kelly Peevy as a two-year-old. The young colt was purchased and selected to stand at Choose Your Gait Farms. For six years, under the direction of Leighanne Tibbs, I’m Jacked Up Too won multiple world and world grand championships at shows affiliated with SSHBEA, NSSHA, the Racking Horse World Celebration, and TWHBEA Shows. He was later sold to Jeff and Pam Nashton of Shelbyville, Tennessee where his home was Hilltop Acres.

Two years ago, “Pistol”, as he was affectionately called, returned to his training and breeding facility at Tibbs Horse Farm where he would remain in the breeding barn alongside his sire. On July 17, 2021, Pistol was found with complications of colitis and passed away that evening. According to Jeff, “Pistol was a magnificent horse who took the air out of the arena when he entered. He was also very fun to ride on the trail and will be missed.”

I’m Jacked Up Too was known for his long flowing mane and tail and glowing personality and will always be remembered as a talented show horse. The Scoop sends our warmest condolences to Hilltop Acres, Tibbs Horse Farm and all of I’m Jacked Up Too’s fans.

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