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The American Saddlebred is most well known as the "peacock of the horse show world." In saddle seat and fine harness competition, they are flashy & high-stepping, with exaggerated action. Saddlebreds are sometimes used in western classes and in the sport horse disciplines. Saddlebreds are usually black, bay, or chestnut, but grays, cream dilutes, champagnes, tobianos, sabinos, & splash overos are also seen. Dun, frame overo, rabicano, appaloosa patterns, & true roan are not seen in the…

The American Saddlebred is most well known as the "peacock of the horse show world." In saddle seat and fine harness competition, they are flashy & high-stepping, with exaggerated action. Saddlebreds are sometimes used in western classes and in the sport horse disciplines. Saddlebreds are usually black, bay, or chestnut, but grays, cream dilutes, champagnes, tobianos, sabinos, & splash overos are also seen. Dun, frame overo, rabicano, appaloosa patterns, & true roan are not seen in the…

American Saddlebred is a breed of horse that was developed in Kentucky by plantation owners. The horse gained popularity in the 1840s. Today,  they are most commonly seen under saddle in Saddle seat style riding, &  in various types of driving, including pleasure driving & various types of fine harness competition. Horses used for Saddle seat & fine harness competition, the disciplines where the breed dominates, are flashy, high-stepping animals, with exaggerated action.

American Saddlebred is a breed of horse that was developed in Kentucky by plantation owners. The horse gained popularity in the 1840s. Today, they are most commonly seen under saddle in Saddle seat style riding, & in various types of driving, including pleasure driving & various types of fine harness competition. Horses used for Saddle seat & fine harness competition, the disciplines where the breed dominates, are flashy, high-stepping animals, with exaggerated action.

Kiss the nose! Now if you haven't kissed a Saddlebred do so today. They are the most lovable horse in the world.

Kiss the nose! Now if you haven't kissed a Saddlebred do so today. They are the most lovable horse in the world.

World Champion CH Bandstand and Paul Priebe

World Champion CH Bandstand and Paul Priebe

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