American Saddlebred - Horse breed from the United States

The Saddlebred is a horse breed from the United States, has origins in the Galloway. The breed does have a hereditary predisposition, Lordosis. Foundation sire was recognized in 1991 Harrison Chief. Sire was a descendent of the Thoroughbred Messenger. Kentucky Saddlers were used during brutal marches with the latter group. The horse shows Association in 1917, the United States Equestrian Federation. Saddlebred Pleasure Horse Association was formed to regulate English pleasure classes in 1957. Benefits include free access, new Learning Center video lessons. COM logo are trademarks of the horse Media Group LLC. Roads were negotiated by sturdy, little horses with a lateral gait. Horse racing became a passion with British royalty.

Horse breed from the United States