American Saddle horse

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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.
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About 200 people competed in the fourth annual Summer Showcase featuring American saddlebreds, Morgans, harness ponies and other breeds.
He gets out to go to the show ring and a paddock with an American Saddlebred named Foxfire's Believe it or Not.
He is also the owner of Maple Leaf Farm American Saddlebreds, and has 21 years of professional photography and design experience as owner of SergKohl Graphics.
His wife, Linda, is a 1982 graduate and an avid equestrian who has bred horses and trained American Saddlebreds for more than 20 years.
He breeds and shows American saddlebreds and quarter horses.

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