American Saddle horse(redirected from American Saddlebred)
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American Saddle horse
a bay, brown, black or chestnut horse, preferably with white markings, 15 to 16 hands high. A show-ring horse performing as a harness horse or as a three- or five-gaited saddle horse. Very showy in appearance and action. Originated from Thoroughbred, Morgan horse, American Trotter and Canadian Trotter.