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The American Saddlebred

This horse has a wondrous color. Cheyenne Gold debuted at Light Hands Horsemanship in May (photo from Varian Arabians of Arroyo Grande, CA)


Oh wow…one of the prettiest buckskin paint horses I've ever seen.


Tovero (tobiano + overo) American Saddlebred Stallion--CA PARA DICE NITE. Toveros present tobiano marks with the white faces typical of overos.

.  1 year ago put my Saddlebred to sleep after 27 years together.   Best friend I have ever had.  I miss him!!!

American Saddlebred-The American Saddlebred is maybe best known for its distinctive gaits including the slow gait and the rack.

Chippendale V  unusually colored Arabian.

Arabian Horse Arabian Horse Show - Western Competition Egyptian Stallion Breeding ~Gorgeous


Paso Fino Trote y Galope stallion, Premio Mayor De San Marcos. Note the cropped mane in proper show style, as well as the diagonal gait as compared to the standard lateral Paso Fino.

Close your eyes and ride,and you will beleve your flying. Source : http://www.coolnsmart.com/horse_quotes/

Close your eyes and ride,and you will beleve your flying. Close your eyes while riding and you will definitely be flying!

Undulata's Nutcracker, Saddlebred stallion

Ohhhh I love a Saddlebred ~Undulata's Nutcracker; 2001 chestnut American Saddlebred stallion (CH Caramac x Christmas in New York ERB)

The American Saddlebred was developed in Kentucky. Given their beauty, agility and strength it is easy to see why they are such a popular feature of the showring and take a key role in town parades. But they have stamina as well as good looks as evidenced by their prominence in the racing and hunting arenas. These horses have a disposition which make them good for virtually any task in which they are needed.  The Saddlebred is very alert and keen. It is flashy...

Color of Fame. an INCREDIBLE pinto Saddlebred stallion. so stunning, that he looks almost surreal!

Hanoverians are among the world's most sought-after sports horses, their strength speed and athleticism making them especially suitable for dressage and show jumping.   They are also known for their natural balance and floating trot.

Hannoverian, a warmblood horse originating in Germany, often seen in the Olympic Games and other competitive English riding styles, and have won gold medals in all three equestrian Olympic competitions.


a palomino or appaloosa? Not quite sure, but one heck of a gorgeous animal. This is a Liver-Chestnut Paint and Remarkably Beautiful. It's actually a bay paint.