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Pinto Saddlebred Gelding
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Pinto Saddlebred Gelding

SubcategoryAmerican Saddlebred
Age19 yrs 2 mths
Height16 hands
LocationMuskegon, MI 49441
SB Pistol Pete aka Elvis is available for your consideration! He’s a 19 year old, 15. 3-16 hand ...
$ 3,500
ASB For Lease
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ASB For Lease

SubcategoryAmerican Saddlebred
Age16 yrs 10 mths
Height16.3 hands
Color -
LocationPulaski, VA 24301
*Please read post thoroughly before contacting* He's been brought back into work for 2 months ...
$ 100/ month


SubcategoryAmerican Saddlebred
Age15 yrs
Height15 hands
LocationVersailles, KY 4...
Babysitter. 15 y/o bay mare. 15 hh. Bombproof. Has no bad habits. Loves kids. Trail, show, anything....
$ 2,000
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What is an American Saddlebred?
The American Saddlebred is an elegant and stylish breed of horse, characterized by its flashy action and high-stepping gaits. Developed in the U.S., it's been called the "horse America made." It's most commonly used for show ring competition, including English pleasure, park, equitation and five-gaited classes. An American Saddlebred usually stands between 14 to 16 hands high (1 hand = 4 inches). They're known for their gracefulness rather than speed—though they do possess considerable athleticism when in a saddle mount position or harnessed to a carriage. Their long back allows them to carry riders comfortably while moving freely with ease of movement over jumps and terrain changes. The breed has an eye-catching presence thanks to its flowing mane, tail feathers, four white stockings (extending from just above the knee to just below the hock) as well as its signature 'saddle blanket', which offers protection against wind and rain on horses who are exposed outdoors. As far as coloring goes you'll find many varieties within this particular breed like Palomino Pinto (multi color), Buckskin Tobiano (black spotted palomino) or Bay Sabino—all with varying shades of black points (legs/nose/mane). American Saddlebreds have been bred for generations for their versatility--they can transition seamlessly from riding disciplines such as dressage or Western pleasure into competitive show hunter shows or harness competitions– which makes them hugely versatile animals. If you’re looking for an all-rounder that loves attention then look no further than an American Saddlebred!